VIDEO: TMZ released ring camera footage of Kelly Oubre Jr returning home with his Mongoose Pegs Bike following hit-and-run from a car KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Thursday, November 16, 2023

VIDEO: TMZ released ring camera footage of Kelly Oubre Jr returning home with his Mongoose Pegs Bike following hit-and-run from a car

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that TMZ released ring camera footage of Kelly Oubre Jr returning home with his Mongoose Pegs Bike following hit-and-run from a car.

The spokesman said the team and police have been in touch regarding the status of the investigation and details and added that the organization appreciated the efforts of police for investigating the situation and the support Oubre has received from the Philadelphia community.

Oubre has not attended any of the team’s three games since the incident took place.

Oubre signed with the Sixers on Sept. 26 and had just moved into the neighborhood where the incident allegedly took place.

He is scheduled to be re-examined at the end of the week for injuries related to the incident before a possible return-to-play timeline is set.

Surveillance footage recovered so far in the alleged hit-and-run that injured 76ers forward Kelly Oubre Jr. shows no evidence that a crash occurred at the Center City intersection where Oubre reported being hit on Saturday night, police said.

“The Police Department currently does not have any video or photographic evidence that depicts this collision,” Sgt. Eric Gripp, a department spokesperson, said Wednesday. “We continue to work in hopes of gathering evidence and we encourage anyone who has information to reach out to our crash investigation unit.”

Two employees of businesses near the reported crash site told The Inquirer they reviewed roughly two hours of footage from that evening on their work surveillance systems and did not see the crash. They asked to remain anonymous due to the high-profile nature of the case.

Gripp emphasized that police have not accused Oubre of anything and the investigation is ongoing. But the lack of immediate visual evidence confirming the crash on a well-trafficked downtown street raises questions about the information Oubre provided to police.

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