Wheat Country Car Wash is plant of strike and run

It was one of a misfortune kinds of surprises Tuesday dusk when Tom and Kathy Riggs discovered  a repairs finished to a maintaining wall during Wheat Country Car Wash.  
“It was a strike and run,” Tom says.  “They came down a mountain and strike a maintaining wall flattering true on.”  Tom says a occurrence occurred about 7:20 p.m. 
A declare pronounced a car is described as possibly a Buick Enclave or Chevrolet Traverse. It has aftermarket coloured windows on front driver, passenger, and partial of a front windows. There was also a windshield ribbon that came down about a third of a way.  It has discriminating amalgamate wheels and is a newer model.
If anyone has information on a white mid-sized SUV with dim coloured windows, greatfully hit a Wellington Police Department or Tom and Kathy Riggs.

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