Austintown police have a person of interest in the hit-and-run crash that left a woman dead.

Police say a person of interest has been questioned and the investigation into the incident that killed 66-year-old Linda Adams is progressing. Police say they will not stop investigating until all avenues have been explored, and that the victim and her family deserve a thorough investigation. 

Adams was struck by a vehicle while walking her dog in the 1700 block of Lancaster Drive near Carlisle Avenue around 8 p.m. Monday. She was taken to the hospital and died from her injuries.

A truck that may have struck Adams was recovered by police at an address along Depot Road next to the Niles Greenway Bike Trail Tuesday afternoon. Austintown police had been looking for a white Ford F250 or F350 with damage to the front right headlight.

The white truck was caught on a doorbell camera in the area.

According to Adams's family, she worked in the janitorial department in the Austintown School District.

Investigators told 21 News Wednesday that it could be a month before charges are filed and that the case could go before a grand jury.