West Richland Police are seeking to ID the driver of this white Dodge Hellcat after the driver allegedly hit one of the pumps at a gas station.
Our headline is in jest, the pumps were working fine, unlike the driver's skills.
Police say security cameras captured this image of the Dodge at the Chevron station in the 1400 block of Bombing Range Road, apparently Monday based upon their release data.
No, the pump did not explode spectacularly like in the movies, it didn't even leak. But there's clearly been contact between the nose and the lower portion of the pump. Likely something was broken.
And, there's clearly some nose damage to the Dodge which will have to be fixed. Anyone who may have information about this vehicle or incident is urged to call (509)-628-0333. All leads can be confidential.
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