Police in Cherry Hill are still trying to find the driver in a hit and run accident that killed a 29-year-old woman last Thursday. The victim's family is desperate for answers.

It's unimaginable to think Tabreia Ewing was struck and killed early Thanksgiving evening along Route 70, but that her lifeless body wasn't even discovered until late the next morning, but that's exactly what happened, 6abc.com reports.

Ewing was reportedly trying to cross the roadway's westbound lanes near Garden State Park shopping plaza shortly after 7 p.m. Thanksgiving night when she was hit, allegedly by a dark-colored vehicle, according to Cherry Hill Police Department.

The driver did not stop and authorities are hoping to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the accident. A portion of Route 70-W at the scene of the crime was shut down on Friday, November 26th after Ewing's body was discovered as police conducted an investigation.

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It's a tragedy no family should have to endure. Tabreia's brother, Joshua Ewing, recently pleaded with the person responsible to do the right thing, telling 6abc, "Whoever did this to my sister, please turn yourself in."

A viewing and funeral service are planned for Tabreia Ewing Saturday, December 11th at Faith Tabernacle Church of the Loving God on Spruce Street in Camden, according to tributearchive.com.

Anyone with information regarding this incident can call Det. K. Grimaldi at (856) 432-8835 or Officer E. Gibbs at (856) 432-8860. Anonymous tips can be submitted at tips@cherryhillpolice.com.

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