Aurora police have person of interest in deadly street racing crash

AURORA, Colo. - Aurora Police have identified a person of interest in a deadly street racing crash, but they are not revealing that person's identity.

Aurora Police said witnesses told them a large number of cars were involved in an illegal street race Sunday night when a BMW crashed into a Honda at East Smith Road and Ensenada Street.

Police said the BMW was traveling at a high rate of speed, but the Honda driver was not actively racing.

The driver of the Honda, Louis Andrew Guerrero-Sanchez, was killed. Two passengers were also injured and hospitalized.

The driver of the BMW and several passengers ran from the scene.

Aurora Police said the BMW had been stolen earlier in Denver. 

Investigators told 7NEWS Thursday that they now believe five people were in the BMW. 

Anyone who saw the crash, especially anyone who was in the BMW, is asked to call Aurora Police Agent Chinn at 303-739-6342.

Guerrero-Sanchez's family has set up an account at Wells Fargo for anyone willing to help with the victim's medical and burial costs. Donations can be made to account # 2442590648 at any Wells Fargo.

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