PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A man wanted for a fatal hit-and-run in Clark County was driving a stolen Ford F-250 and ran off after crashing into a Mercedes, killing the driver, the sheriff’s office said.

Surveillance video caught the crash on camera Sunday afternoon, just before 1 p.m., officials said. Investigators said the Ford F250 was going southbound on NE Highway 99 in the outside lane when it went through a red light at the intersection of NE Highway 99 and NE 88th Street, hitting an eastbound Mercedes sedan.

The Mercedes driver, 52-year-old Vancouver resident William Stevens, died from his injuries at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center after he was pulled out of his Mercedes.

Authorities said the suspect’s vehicle, a gold 2005 Ford F250, had been reported stolen out of Washington County in Oregon.

The driver of the stolen truck, who police say appears to be a white man, then ran on foot heading east. The suspect was wearing a dark-colored stocking cap, a light blue hoodie, blue jeans and had a dark-colored backpack, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

Authorities with K-9s couldn’t find him when they arrived at the scene.

Anyone with information about this suspect’s identity is asked to contact Clark County Sheriff’s detective Todd Young at todd.young@clark.wa.gov or call 564-397-1624.