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DENVER -- Denver police continued to look for multiple suspects Monday in several hit-and-run cases that sent three people to the hospital and killed a man in a Denver alleyway over the weekend.

16th Avenue and Ogden Street

The first case happened Sunday at the intersection of East 16th Avenue and Ogden Street. It sent a cyclist to the hospital with a broken leg and several other injuries. The Denver Police Department issued a Medina alert for a suspect vehicle in the hit-and-run crash.

Police said they were searching for a red Chevrolet Sonic with a license plate 795-OMJ. Investigators also said the vehicle has damage to its hood and windshield. Sources told FOX31 Denver the car is registered to a home in Colorado Springs.

Broadway near Park Avenue West alley

Police announced Monday they were looking into a possible fatal hit-and-run where a body was found in an alleyway. It appeared the person was run over.

It happened sometime over the weekend near Broadway and Park Avenue West in a gated alleyway. Officers had to jump over a gate to investigate the death.

Broadway and 11th Avenue

On Saturday morning, two men were sent to the hospital after they were hit by a car driving down Broadway near 11th Avenue.

Police arrested Sean Harris after looking into a separate criminal investigation. He told police a passenger told him to keep going. The two men who were hit are expected to survive.

Anyone with information on any of these cases is asked to call Denver police at 720-913-2000.

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