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Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week: Suspect wanted for killing 911 dispatcher in hit-and-run crash

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee 911 dispatcher who served victims, first responders, and police for three decades, was hit and killed by a driver who fled the crime scene. Those investigating the death of 62-year-old Deborah Harris need your help to find the suspect. 

Harris was a dispatcher who put in 32 years of service for Milwaukee County. On Monday morning, March 16, her life abruptly ended. 

Police said Harris was sitting in her car on North 51st and Vienna when a man -- investigators believe is Denzil Crosby -- crashed into her parked car. He crashed into her car while trying to get away from police, who tried to pull him over a few blocks away. After striking Harris, he got away again. 

Harris died from her injuries. 

"Harris was a wife, mother, and grandmother now greatly missed by the community," said Captain Craig Sarnow, Milwaukee Police Department. 

Police say Denzil Crosby is 25 years old, 6 feet tall, around 260 pounds with dreadlocks. They also say he has an injury to his left arm. 

Anyone who has information about this deadly hit-and-run is asked to contact Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at 414-224-TIPS. You can also submit a tip to the P3 app in the app store. Your identity is always anonymous and you could get a reward if your tip leads to an arrest.


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