State police are working to locate the person who was driving a vehicle in a deadly hit-and-run incident in Otsego County.

Investigators say a pedestrian was struck and killed late Sunday night or early Monday morning on Route 205 in the town of Oneonta.

According to a news release, the incident occurred near Country Club Road. The driver did not stop at the scene or contact police.

People with information about the incident may contact state police at (607) 561-7400.

The name of the person who died was not released. Police also provided no details about the type of vehicle that hit the pedestrian.

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