Derrimut alleged hit-and-run: Aaron Brown recognized as sufferer, Household asks driver to return ahead


The family members of a person who was killed in an alleged hit-and-run in Melbourne’s west are calling for the motive force to return ahead.

Aaron Brown, 27, was discovered lifeless in the course of Boundary Highway at Derrimut simply earlier than 3.50am on Sunday.

Police imagine he was struck by a automobile as he crossed the street.

Investigators imagine the automobile concerned was dumped close by earlier than the motive force fled the scene.

Mr Brown’s sister Kaela Brown stated the household is devastated by his dying and are nonetheless struggling to know why he was strolling the road late at evening.

“We’re devastated, he ought to have by no means been the place he was,” she informed 9.

“He was so harmless.”

Mr Brown had autism and was described by household as a “stunning, kind-hearted boy”.

Detective Senior Sergeant Chris Alexander joined requires the motive force to return ahead and inform their aspect of the story.

“It’s a heartless and cowardly act if, you understand, somebody is deceased on the street,” he stated.

“For no matter cause has left the scene, they’ve a narrative to inform they usually’ll be truly going to return immediately and into the police station.”

The precise circumstances surrounding the collision are being investigated.

Investigators are interesting to the general public dwelling within the space to test their CCTV and dashcam between 3.30am and three.50am.

Anybody who witnessed the incident or has data is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report on-line at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

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