The investigation into a string of hit-and-runs in Fort Saskatchewan is ongoing.
On Saturday (Feb.19), the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP was called after multiple hit-and-runs were reported around the city, including on Highway 15, the 101 Street and 86 Avenue intersection, and in the No Frills parking lot.
Police believe there were at least 11 vehicles that were hit by 34-year-old Jordan Jaworski, who is facing 21 charges in relation to the incident. He also allegedly hit a pedestrian, who received minor injuries.
While reviewing surveillance footage from cameras in the area, the RCMP has identified another potential victim who has yet to come forward. They are looking to speak with the driver of a red car who stopped and spoke with Jaworski at 5:48 p.m. on 101 Street, south of 86 Avenue.
Police are asking anyone else who was involved in one of the collisions, or was a witness, to contact the detachment.