Identified as 30-year-old Rachel A. Murray

Rehoboth Beach police have identified 30-year-old Rachel A. Murray, of Bethany Beach, as the driver of the vehicle involved in the rollover collision that occurred on October 21. Murray turned herself in to police on November 2 and was charged with leaving the scene of a property damage collision and various traffic charges.


Rehoboth Beach Police are asking for the assistance of anyone who may have witnessed a hit-and-run that occurred on North First Street on Sunday evening.

Officers responded to the scene of the collision, just outside Nicola Pizza, around 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, October 21, and located two damaged vehicles. One of the vehicles, a gray 2008 Toyota Rav4 with Delaware registration, was found resting on its driver side in the southbound lane of North First Street. Both vehicles involved were inoperable and were towed from the scene.  

Through investigative efforts, officers determined that the Toyota was traveling southbound on First Street when it left the roadway and struck a legally parked gray 2018 Mercedes CLA 250. The impact caused the Toyota to roll. The driver was assisted out of the vehicle by a witness and subsequently fled the scene on foot. The suspect driver was last seen headed west on Baltimore Avenue. A search for the suspect was unsuccessful.

Anyone with information about this collision is asked to contact Cpl. Eric Hiller at (302) 227-2577 or submit a tip through Delaware Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-847-3333 or online at Anyone with information can also submit a tip online to the Rehoboth Beach Police Department via our webpage at