D.A.'s office and police hand out flyers at Timbers game

D.A.'s office and police hand out flyers at Timbers game

PORTLAND, Ore. - Portland police officers and district attorneys handed out flyers at Saturday night's Timbers game in the hopes of solving the case of a hit-and-run crash that took the life of a 63-year-old woman.

Nancy Shoeffler was out for her routine walk around 11:20 p.m. on March 31 when she was hit and left by the roadside to die. She had been crossing the street in the 2800 block of West Burnside Street.

Police are following up on leads and narrowing their investigation. Evidence from the scene revealed that the car that hit Shoeffler is likely a 1996 to 2008 black Honda or Acura sedan with damage to the hood and front windshield.

Investigators are also trying to track down two women who were spotted arguing inside a car shortly after the crash. They were seen at a QFC parking lot at Southwest Barnes Road and Miller Road, just two miles away.

Both of the women were described as being in their mid to late 20s, blond, short and stocky with baseball caps on their heads, possibly with Timbers logos on them.

Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information, reported to Crime Stoppers, that leads to an arrest in the case. You can remain anonymous.