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NfinityLink offers $500 reward for hit and run information

NfinityLink Communications is offering a $500 reward to find out who knocked down one of their power poles in Grifton. (Photo: MGN)

NfinityLink Communications is offering a $500 reward to find out who knocked down one of their power poles in Grifton.

Just before 11:00 p.m. Sunday, a motor vehicle headed north ran the stop sign at the intersection of Skeeter Pond Road and Grifton Hugo Road, striking a utility pole tie-down, which caused service outages for several hundred customers.

NfinityLink's CEO Jeremy Rich said it took until 5:00 a.m. Monday to restore all of the internet, cable and telephone services. The company is now offering $500 for information leading to the citation of the person(s) responsible.

If you have information on the crash, report it to NfinityLink at (252) 747-5682 or NC State Highway Patrol by dialing *HP.

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