Police seek vehicle that may have hit UNC Charlotte student who fell from party bus

- The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is seeking information on a vehicle that may have struck a UNC Charlotte student who was killed after falling from a party bus Tuesday night. 

Police said Polly Miranda Rogers, 20, was potentially struck by two vehicles after falling from a party bus around 10:25 p.m. Tuesday, May 1 in the 4500 block of North Tryon Street. 

Investigators have been able to interview the driver of one of those vehicles. They are now actively working to identify the driver of the second vehicle, who may have hit the student.  

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Investigators do not have a description of the second vehicle but are encouraging anyone with information to come forward in this case.

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UNC Charlotte fraternity, Kappa Sigma, has suspended their operations this week in connection to the 20-year-old student's death. Rogers fell out of the emergency exit window of the party bus, which was rented out by the fraternity, before she fell and was hit by multiple vehicles. 

Police said alcohol was also found on the bus, but it's unclear who was consuming it. 

Any witnesses to this incident are asked to call Crime Stoppers at (704) 334-1600 or Det. Steve Williams at (704) 432-2169.

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