INDIANAPOLIS — Indy police have released photos and vehicle information for a car allegedly involved in a Friday night fatal hit-and-run crash on the city’s near northwest side.

Sunday afternoon, IMPD tweeted detectives found the vehicle, but said no arrest had been made.

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department announced Saturday detectives were looking for a 2017 or 2018 white Ford F250 or 350 with an upper windshield amber light bar and camper shell or truck cap.

The vehicle, an IMPD release said, was potentially involved in a Friday night hit-and-run that killed 39-year-old Tiffany Price near West 33rd Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Street. Images of the vehicle and its lights can be seen below.

The aftermath from the alleged hit and run on the car, IMPD said, includes a damaged driver’s side headlight.