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The Georgia State Patrol investigates a deadly hit and run Saturday morning on U.S. Highway 17 near the entrance to Palm Lake Estates.

Michael Hall/The Brunswick News

The Georgia State Patrol is seeking any information it can about who struck and killed a Brunswick teenager early Saturday morningwith their vehicle.

The teen, Tashara Tianna-Shadey Culbreath, 18, was found along U.S. Highway 17 Saturday morning by a contractor's crew checking utility lines, said Corp. Gentry Mattox of the Georgia State Patrol. 

He believes the incident occured between midnight and 6:30 a.m., possibly while Culbreath was walking home from work. Mattox said she was wearing her McDonald's uniform.

He asked that anyone with information about the hit and run to contact the patrol's office at 912-262-2380. Mattox said to be on the lookout for cars with front end damage to the headlights. Evidence of headlight damage was at the scene, he said.

"Right now we have very limited information," Mattox said.

Interim Glynn County Police Chief John Powell said his department is offering it's resources for the investigation. 

Anyone with information is asked to call either the state patrol, the GCPD at 912-544-7800 or the Brunswick Police Department at 912-267-5559.