By Christopher Baker

ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Roseville police are asking for the public’s help after a hit-and-run accident in a neighborhood.

On Monday, around 4:00 a.m., a driver crashed into a parked vehicle on Cadfael Court in Roseville, per the press release.

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Michaela Bayless, the victim, a Sacramento-based real estate agent, reached out to CBS13 after contacting police and had this to say, My car is now totaled.

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“My car is now totaled. I’m completely devastated about this. Please turn the sound all the way up when he did a hit and run it sounded like a bomb went off and I look out my window and see a white four-door car driving away and I thought someone had stolen my car so I ran outside and came out to my car totaled.”

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Roseville police ask that anyone with information about the driver or vehicle call Traffic Sergeant Ryland at 916-774-5000 #1 and reference case number 2022-5116.