• Hannah Phillips

Information Caravan set up Regarding Hit-Run in Jamieson


Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives will set up an information caravan in the Mansfield and Jamieson areas today following a fatal hit and run on Sunday.


A 43-year-old Jamieson man was located on Mansfield-Woods Point Road, about one kilometre out of Jamieson, shortly before 1.15am.

Emergency services treated the man but he died a short time later.

Police believe the man was struck by a vehicle and are treating the incident as a hit-run collision.

An information caravan will be set up in the following places:

Wednesday - 9.30am-2.30pm on Perkins Street in Jamieson outside the court house hotel.

Thursday - 9.30am-12pm on Highett Street in Mansfield outside coffee merchant.

Police are keen to speak to anyone who was driving on Mansfield-Woods Point Road on Saturday 25 November from 11pm until the early hours of Sunday morning.

They urge anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestoppersvic.com.au


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