HAMPTON, Va. — Hampton police are still investigating after a woman and a teen were killed in hit-and-runs in the city.

On October 9, 24-year-old Kayla Heigl was hit and killed on Mercury Boulevard. 

Police said Heigl's car broke down after she left her best friend's birthday party. She got out of her car to take a look when a red sedan switched lanes and hit her.

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An investigation has narrowed down the car that hit Kayla to either a 2010 or 2011 red Ford Fusion. There should be damage to the front passenger side of the car at the passenger side headlight broke in the crash. There was a black-style rim, consistent with a spare tire or missing hubcap on the front passenger side of the car.

On October 25, 15-year-old Lizmary Caba was walking to church with her mom near Whealton Road and Todds Lane when they were hit by a white utility van. Lizmary didn't make it.

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The white van is a newer model, likely a Ford or a Chevy, with no side windows except for the windows on the driver and passenger doors.The van also did not have a ladder rack and had a front tag on the front of the van.

Police are asking anyone that knows of a car or van similar to the ones described or that has repaired or sold repair parts for the two vehicles to let them know. 

Anyone with information is asked to call the Crime Line at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.