Butler County deputy’s cruiser struck in hit-skip in Franklin

Update@12:23 p.m.:

The Butler County Sheriff’s office continue to search for the blue Ford Crown Victoria that struck a deputy’s cruiser just before 1 a.m. Tuesday, and the driver fled the scene, according to a press release. 

The suspect vehicle was located abandoned on Farm Avenue. Anyone with information is asked contact the Franklin Police Department at 937-746-2882 or call their TIP HOTLINE at 937-743-1TIP (1847), or on Facebook at 

First report:

Officials are looking for a light a blue Ford Crown Victoria after it struck a Butler County deputy’s cruiser in a hit-skip crash early Tuesday morning in Franklin.

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The incident occurred just after 1 a.m. near the Speedway gas station in Franklin, located at 200 S. Main St., per initial reports.

Franklin officials say the vehicle, which reportedly has heavy front-end damage, was last seen northbound from the gas station on Main Street.

The deputy was not injured as a result of the crash. No word on the extent of the damage to the cruiser.

Authorities from various counties, ranging from Warren to Montgomery counties, were informed about the incident. 

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