By CBS13 Staff

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — Authorities have arrested a driver suspected in two hit-and-runs in one day in Rancho Cordova this week.

The first incident was reported on Tuesday morning near Mather Field Road and Rockingham Drive.

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Rancho Cordova police say the suspect took off by the time officers could get to the scene, but traffic cameras were able to identify the car as a silver Dodge Durango.

Later in the afternoon, police say another hit-and-run happened, this time along Point East Drive. Again, the suspect was identified as driving a silver Dodge Durango. This time, however, they also were able to get the driver’s license plate.

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With that information, investigators were able to identify the driver and officers soon showed up at his residence.

Officers say the suspect’s vehicle was inside an open garage – with the same markings that were seen in the traffic camera video.

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The driver, 22-year-old Rancho Cordova resident Tanner Fitzhugh, was arrested and is now facing several charges. His car has also been impounded, police say.