Denver police have a suspect in a hit-and-run that killed bicyclist Drew Dietrich. Unfortunately, he may have left the country.

A bicyclist was killed early on June 12 at East 1st Avenue and North Gilpin Street. Now Denver police are asking for help in locating Armando Rafael Olaciregui, the 37-year-old accused of the crime.

Police say that Olaciregui was a Denver resident but may have fled the United States after the crash.  No indication as to where he may have gone.

Drew Dietrich, 27, was pronounced dead on the scene. He was director of operations for Air Pollution Testing, Inc.

Olaciregui faces charges of vehicular homicide and felony hit-and-run involving death.

Metro Denver Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,000 reward for anonymous information on the case. The number is 720-913-7867, or text the letters “DMCS” to 274537.

Armando Rafael Olaciregui (Denver Police)
(Denver Police Department)

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