Following a May 29 hit-and-run that killed 49-year-old Lillian Verdonkschot near a Burger King in the vicinity of West 6th Avenue and Broadway, the Denver Police Department announced the arrest of a suspect named Dawn Marie Gonzales -- but a few days later, Gonzales was released. Now the DPD has another suspect in its sites: Nadine Nicole Montoya, 26. After the jump, find the latest department release, as well as a graphic showing the scene (if you have problems seeing the image, click "View Larger Map").
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On Friday, May 29, 2009 in the early morning hours, investigators determined that an unknown suspect intentionally struck victim, Lilian Verdonkschot, age 49, with a vehicle in the parking lot of the Burger King restaurant, 600 N. Broadway Street in Denver. Verdonkschot later died as a result of injuries sustained in the attack.
During the investigation, detectives identified Nadine Nicole Montoya, aka Nadine Carter, DOB 05-26-83, as a suspect and obtained an arrest warrant for investigation of First Degree Murder. Montoya's whereabouts at this time are unknown. Any one with information please contact the Denver Police Department at 720-913-2000 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 720-913 STOP (7867).
Nadine Nicole Montoya Hispanic female 5'3" 130 pounds Brown hair Brown eyes
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