This person would almost never win in a game of hide and seek. A driver in Bozeman, Montana smashed into a fire hydrant earlier this month and then fled the scene. That was a bad idea, especially given the fact that he left with the hydrant. He also left behind the bumper to his car. Police say, "Most every vehicle part somewhere has a number stamped into it. We were able to get the replacement part of the bumper itself, and the light that came out of it." So now they're tracking down someone in a 2011 or 2012 Dodge Nitro who's missing a front bumper. They say the fire hydrant is worth about $1,500.
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