EAST PATCHOGUE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Suffolk County police said a tip from the public led to the arrest of a man wanted in a hit-and-run that killed a legally blind pedestrian.

Ruddy Velasquez Morales, 27, of Bellport is charged with leaving the scene of an accident resulting in death in connection with Sunday’s incident in East Patchogue.

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Surveillance cameras captured the collision that killed Warren Karstendick, 64, as he walked with a cane alongside the bicycle lane on Main Street. The driver was seen behind the wheel just moments afterward, continuing on with obvious front-end damage to his sport-utility vehicle.

“The car clearly did not make any attempt to stop,” Police Commissioner Tim Sini said.

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Police have also recovered the damaged vehicle, Sini said.

“The vehicle is consistent with hitting a human being,” Sini said.

Police said relatives told them Karstendick would usually ask someone to escort him. The question remained unanswered as to why he did not on this occasion.

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Morales is expected to be arraigned Thursday.