Keller Police Seize ‘Vehicle of Interest,' Search for Driver in Connection to Deadly Hit-and-Run

Police said there is no evidence that the driver intentionally hit 58-year-old Feng Zhou

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Keller police say they have seized a "vehicle of interest" in connection to a hit-and-run that killed a 58-year-old man Saturday.

At about 6 p.m. Saturday, Feng Zhou and his wife were walking in the grass in the 1100 block of Johnson Road when a gray SUV veered off the road and hit the man, police said.

“He was like a loving, caring dad and also husband," said Albert Zhou, Feng's son. “He is pretty much the backbone of our family."

The victim was hit just a short distance from his home, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office.

The driver fled and went eastbound on Keller-Smithfield Road. Witnesses reported last seeing the SUV on Keller Parkway, police said.

Police are asking local residents and businesses to review their security video footage around the time the hit-and-run happened.

Albert Zhou said he hoped more people would come forward with information and that the person responsible knows his father would forgive them.

“Know that my dad has already forgiven them because that is just the man he is," Albert Zhou said.

There is no evidence that the driver intentionally hit the victim, police said.

Anyone with information may contact Det. Jensen at 817-743-4532 or email

The family started a GoFundMe page for expenses linked to Zhou's death.

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