Police: New clue found in fatal cyclist hit-and-run in Bethpage

Police say they have new evidence in the fatal hit-and-run that left one cyclist dead and another seriously injured in Bethpage.Investigators say they found surveillance

BETHPAGE - Police say they have new evidence in the fatal hit-and-run that left one cyclist dead and another seriously injured in Bethpage.

Investigators say they found surveillance video showing the truck they say hit Stephen Marano, 32, killing him and injuring Stephen Bonansinga on Route 107 and Brenner Avenue early in the morning on April 6.

Officials describe the truck as a 16-foot white box truck with graffiti on the driver and passenger sides. Pieces of the truck were found at the scene of the accident which will be used to try and determine the model, according to authorities.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers 1-800-244-TIPS.

2 bicyclists struck in Bethpage hit-and-run, 1 dead

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