Widow of hit and run victim makes emotional appeal at RCMP news conference
An emotional plea from Evelyn Bally, widow of 48 year old Paul Bally, who was killed in a Monday night Fanny Bay hit and run, for the driver to immediately turn himself in. We were there at the Comox Valley RCMP News conference, where Bally spoke to the media.
Bally was accompanied by her two children at the emotional news conference.
Meanwhile RCMP are appealing for any public information in the case..The vehicle in question has now been narrowed down to either a Ford F250 truck, a Ford F350 truck or an Excursion style of vehicle, between a 2002 and 2004 model year.
RCMP Sergent Mark Whitworth with Campbell River based North Island Traffic Services spoke to the media…
Also the colour was initially identified as White but police say that might not be the case. Investigators are looking for all colours of vehicles. The investigation continues.