By CBS13 Staff

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — The search is on for a hit-and-run driver who killed a disabled man in Rocklin last week. 

Trevor Swahn, 30, was found along Sierra College Boulevard near Scriber Way last Thursday night.

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His family says he had a medical condition that caused him to walk with a limp and he was likely walking to or from a nearby shopping center.

Officers say it appeared Swahn had been hit by a vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

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The area has a bike lane, but no sidewalk, and there are no streetlights.

Investigators still have limited information in this case and are asking the community to reach out with any information they may have.

Anyone with information can contact Detective Infante (916) 625-5461 or the Rocklin Police Department Investigations Unit by calling our main non-emergency number of (916) 625-5400.

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