Tucson police seek information on fatal motorcycle accident | Crime and courts

Tucson police would like to speak to people in two vehicles they say were seen leaving the area shortly before a motorcyclist was struck and killed Aug. 26 by an unidentified vehicle. Police released photos of the two vehicles on Tuesday, saying they were not suspects in the crash, but would like to know what potential witnesses may have seen.

Tucson Fire Department personnel were called to a parking lot in the 2100 block of West Grant Road near North Silverbell Road on August 26 to a report of an unresponsive man, police said in a press release on Tuesday, September 20.

They found Quedith Mullins, 61, with injuries consistent with a collision with a vehicle. Mullins was pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

Police said they found evidence at the scene suggesting Mullins was riding a homemade motorcycle when a vehicle, which was not on a public road, struck him. The vehicle left the scene before police arrived.

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Police said on Tuesday that two vehicles, a silver Honda Odyssey minivan and a black Lincoln SUV, were seen leaving the area shortly before the crash.

Traffic detectives would like to speak with those who were in those vehicles that day, and are asking anyone with information to call them at 520-837-7245 or 88-CRIME.

Jamie Donnelly covers breaking news for the Arizona Daily Star. Contact her by email at [email protected]

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