Surveillance pictures released of car in fatal Daytona Beach road rage, hit-and-run

Pedestrian run over, killed in road rage fight

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Daytona Beach police have released surveillance photos on Tuesday of the car they say hit and killed a man in a road rage case over the weekend.

Police believe the driver of the 2-door red convertible ran over the 27-year-old man after getting into an argument with him Sunday and drove off.

Investigators said the car may have front-end damage and has shiny rims.

The incident happened at 444 Seabreeze Boulevard around 3 a.m. Sunday. Rebekah Beumel was in the area Saturday night.  According to police, two men were at the intersection of Seabreeze Boulevard and Oleander Avenue when a red convertible car and black Range Rover pulled up.

Police said words were exchanged between the pedestrians and the driver of the red convertible.  The driver of the Range Rover told the driver of the red car that the fight wasn't worth it and both started to drive away, police said.

The driver found them in the Fifth-Third bank parking lot and hit one before driving back and running him over.

Contact Daytona Beach police if you have information on the incident.

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