‘Person of interest’ located in Lake Mary deadly hit and run

LAKE MARY, Fla. — Lake Mary police have released new details about a recent hit and run crash that killed a Sanford woman.

The crash, which happened along Lake Mary Avenue near County Club Road late Monday night, claimed the life of 35-year-old Katrina Redden.

On Tuesday, police called the incident “suspicious.”

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At a press conference Friday morning, investigators said they had since recovered a truck they believe could be connected to the case.

State troopers located the pickup -- a white Ford F-150 -- on May 25, abandoned in the area of SR 417 and SR 408, according to Lake Mary police.

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Lake Mary detectives later took possession of the truck to process for possible criminal evidence.

“She was more than likely in that vehicle... at some point she exited that vehicle and then something transpired there; that still has yet really to be determined,” said department spokesperson Zach Hudson.

Hudson also said investigators have spoken with ‘person of interest’ in the case who lives in Sanford and knew Redden.

He added that the individual was not being “terribly cooperative” with Lake Mary detectives.

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While no arrests have been made to date, police said one could be made soon.

“That young lady lost her life, and that’s a horrible thing,” Hudson said.

Stay with WFTV.com and Eyewitness News for the latest development in this case.