Persons of interest in deadly hit-and-run crash fail to talk to police

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Persons of interest questioned in deadly hit-and-run accident in Pasadena.

After meeting with police, the persons of interest changed their minds and left without volunteering any information.

Investigators say they will continue gathering evidence in the case and will present their findings to the District Attorney to determine what steps to take next.

Henry James Vickers died early Sunday morning while riding his bike down Spencer Highway.

Police say the suspect left the scene and so far authorities have not charged anyone in connection with the hit and run.

Monday the family held a prayer vigil that was interrupted by police who said they were contacted by someone who wanted to talk about the hit and run.

Vickers' family is still mourning his loss.

"When I get him buried and everything and get these people, I will have complete justice. It's sad the way they did it, because they could have stopped, could have called an ambulance down the road. They didn't have to leave him like that, though. He might have been saved," said Eunice Vickers.

Police are not sure if they will have an update later in the day, but if you have any information, investigators still want to hear from you.
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