Police in Princeton seek public’s help identifying pedestrian struck by vehicle on Rosedale Road Wednesday morning

A pedestrian was hit by a vehicle on Rosedale Road near the entrance to Johnson Park Elementary School in Princeton just after 8 a.m. on Wednesday morning. He wasn’t carrying any identification, so the police are seeking the public’s help identifying him.

The man is described as being about 70 years old, possibly of Asian descent, with a small build. He was wearing a navy blue shirt, khaki pants, and loafers. The man had two stress balls tied together with rope inside each of his socks.

If you have any tips about the man’s identity, call Detective Sergeant Ben Gering at 609-921-2100 X1840 or Detective Travis Allie X2123.

Rosedale Road was closed for more than three hours while police investigated the serious crash. We will post more information when it becomes available.