The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is still looking for a suspect in a hit-and-run incident near Borcherding and West Interstate Block roads at about 5 p.m. Sunday that seriously injured a local man.

According to a release from the sheriff’s office, a pedestrian was severely injured when he made impact with what detectives believe was a green or dark colored Jeep Sunday evening. The pedestrian, a man in his mid-30s who police have not yet identified, was taken to King’s Daughters’ Health with severe but not life-threatening injuries and was later flown to a hospital in Louisville for treatment.

Authorities are looking for a Jeep matching that description with damage somewhere on the passenger side and broken glass on the windshield or any of the passenger side windows since glass fragments were found at the scene.

Residents on Interstate Block Road told police they have frequently seen a Jeep driving that highway at a high rate of speed.

Chief Deputy Josh Taylor said all tips followed up on by deputies so far have proven unsuccessful, with officers checking on one resident twice after neighbors said his vehicle matched the description of the Jeep at the scene. Deputies visited the resident Sunday night and again Monday morning, but the vehicle did not have damage consistent with what they were looking for, he said.

Taylor said the type of vehicle, on top of the fact that the victim was unresponsive at the scene and had no recollection of the incident, made it even harder to identify the driver.

“There are dark-colored Jeeps left and right,” Taylor said.