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Florida Highway Patrol releases new video of car in hit-and-run

Ronald Quilliam
Posted at 6:25 PM, Sep 10, 2022

LEHIGH ACRES, Fla. — Florida Highway Patrol (FHP) state troopers said there's a driver still at-large after hitting and killing a man in Lehigh Acres.

Wednesday, new video from a surveillance camera is now one of the best clues investigators have to understand what happened to 40-year-old Ronald Quilliam.

Suspect vehicle wanted in hit and run

When Fox 4 first brought you this news, the Florida Highway Patrol believed the car involved was an early 2000s Nissan Altima. Now, with the help of the video collected by investigators, they have a better description.

The video Fox 4 obtained from FHP shows a silver Toyota Sienna, which FHP believes hit Quilliam. The video was taken moments before Quilliam was hit.

FHP described the vehicle as a silver Toyota Sienna with damage to the front passenger side.

FHP looking for a vehicle similar to the one pictured above **This is not an actual image of the hit and run vehicle**

Early Saturday morning, he was peddling to work on Sunshine Boulevard when FHP Troopers said he was hit from behind and left there.

Quilliam's brother said he decided to stay in Lee County nearly two years ago after he visited the area from New York. He wanted a fresh start and his family said he was on a good start until it ended that Saturday morning.

Monday, his family plead for the driver to come forward.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact FHP or Crime Stoppers.