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RCMP released these images of a couple they would like to identify.

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RCMP released these images of a couple they would like to identify.

Selkirk RCMP are looking for a man and woman who might have information on a hit-and-run that occurred just north of Winnipeg.

Police say a 23-year-old man from Petersfield was found lying injured on Petersfield Road in the RM of St. Andrews on Aug. 31, 2013.

RCMP released photos of a man and woman who might have been involved or witnessed the hit-and-run.

The public is asked to contact Selkirk RCMP at (204-482-1222) with any information on this case.

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