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Janice Lorraine Burney, 52 Pedestrians

    Victims Name: Janice Lorraine Burney Male / Female: Female Age: 52 Fatality: YES / NO Yes Incident Address or Location: 1375 Blaine Street, Riverside, CA 92507 Date: 02/29/2016 Approx Time: 6:09 a.m. Suspect Vehicle MAKE: Sedan - Unknown Model Model: Sedan Color: Silver or White License Number, Partial or State: ? Tinted Windows YES /NO: ? Vehicle Special Markings: ? Vehicle Odd Noises: ? Vehicle Sustained Damage To: Unknown Driving Lights Color and Brightness: ? Vehicle Travelled From: The north approaching Burney. Vehicle Last Seen Headed: East bound on the parking lot and out of cameras view. Drivers Gender MALE / FEMALE: ? Drivers Race: ? Drivers Hair Color: ? Drivers Eyes Color: ? Drivers Skin Tone, Piercings or Tattoos: ? Drivers Approx Age: ? Driver Attired / Wore: ? Driver Stopped YES / NO: Yes, then departed. Driver Helped YES / NO: NO Any Passengers YES / Unknown: unknown Investigating Police Department: Riverside Police Department Case Number: P16032611 Police Phone Number: (951) 826-8720 Investigating Officer: Detective Felix Soria REWARD amount: $10,000.00 (TenThousand dls). REWARD Offered by: City of Riverside - REWARD Expires Sept 24, 2016 Driver Arrested on: ? Drivers Name: ? Drivers Date of Birth: ? Drivers Hometown: ? Court Held At: ? Driver Charged With: ? Court Case Number: ? Initial Court Date: ? Final Court Date: ? Court Outcome: ?
    Aug 14, 2016
    Riverside, CA

    Riverside, CA – The Riverside Police Department is seeking the public's help in identifying the vehicle and it's driver who fatally injured 52 year old Janice Lorraine Burney.

    On February 29, 2016, at approximately 6:09 a.m., Riverside Police Communications received a 9-1-1 call of a female unconscious and not breathing, lying in the parking lot of 1375 Blaine Street, Riverside. Riverside Police and EMS personnel responded to the scene and located Riverside resident Janice Lorraine Burney, age 52, deceased. She suffered major injuries to her body.

    Detectives at the scene learned Ms. Burney was lying down in the parking lot covered with a blanket and was run over by a vehicle. After the collision, the driver failed to report the incident or render aid and fled the scene.

    Surveillance video obtained from nearby businesses captured a silver or white sedan approaching the scene from the north with its headlamps on. The vehicle was slowly traversing across the parking lot towards the direction where Ms. Burney was found. The vehicle’s headlamps could be seen rising and descending in the area where Ms. Burney was located.

    The vehicle stopped and the headlights were shut off. The area was very dark and the actions of the driver could not be seen. The headlamps were later turned back on as the driver slowly drove away in an eastbound direction out of camera view.

    REWARD: The City of Riverside is offering a $10,000.00 (TenThousand dls.) reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the driver and all other occupants of the vehicle if any. To claim the reward, the tip must be submitted by Sept. 24, 60 days after it was approved by the Riverside City Council.

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