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Reward Offered in Tarzana Hit and Run

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The driver of a  Range Rover that struck and killed a woman jogging in Tarzana Tuesday night is being sought by LAPD.  The victim, 45-year-old Rosa Zareaseisan, was jogging on Reseda Blvd. near Braemar Country Club when she was struck by a dark SUV, which took off after the accident. Her body was discovered lying on the street by a local couple, who pulled over to see if they could help and called 911.  Unfortunately the woman was declared dead at the scene. Tragically her husband came looking for her when she didn’t return home and found the accident. A $50,000 reward is being offered and anyone with information should call LAPD Valley Traffic at (818) 644-8000.


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