Hit-skip driver struck seven vehicles at Deerfield Township McDonald's, Warren County sheriff says

Posted at 1:35 PM, Jul 25, 2017

DEERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- A man crashed his truck into seven vehicles at a McDonald's early Tuesday, the Warren County Sheriff's Office said.

The hit-and-run crashes happened just after midnight at the fast-food restaurant on Kings Mills Road, the sheriff's office said. No one was inside the seven vehicles, but two of them sustained major damage.

"It happened in a matter of seconds," restaurant manager Terrell Cooper said.

Surveillance video showed a white male driver and a female passenger in the truck, which is a black Ford F150 with a tan stripe running around the bottom. A white decal is also apparent on the center of the rear window. The truck should have heavy damage to the front and passenger side.

A closeup of the driver's tattoo. (Photo provided)

The driver has a tattoo on the underside of his left forearm, and possibly additional tattoos on the upper arm.

"I've been here three years as a general manager, and I've never had anything like that ever happen," Cooper said.

Anyone with information about the truck or the driver should contact the Deerfield Township Post of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office at 513-701-1800 or the Warren County Communications Center at 513-925-2525.