INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Police are looking to speak with a man involved in a fatal accident Saturday morning.
IMPD Homicide Detectives want to speak with 41-year-old Seantel Mardsen. They say they'd like to further investigate the deadly accident that happened in the 6000 block of East 82nd Street.
Police say they are also looking for Mardsen's 2001 Ford F350 Dually truck that may have been involved in the crash.
There is no warrant out for his arrest and police say they are still gathering information about the crash – it has not been ruled a homicide investigation at this time.
24-Hour News 8 spoke with the family of victim 29-year-old Rahshaad Artis Sunday afternoon.
"Too soon and too young; he had so much to do," said Artis' aunt Gwendolyn Butler. "The grief is unbearable, because his life ended too soon."
"It just makes a flood of memories, from when he was little," said Artis' mother Linda. "I didn't think that was going to happen. That's just too soon."
They recall a loved man, who worked at Hostess until it closed. They say he was a barber on the side.
It was about 12:30 a.m. Saturday, when police say Artis was in the passenger seat of a black Chevy Tahoe.
Artis' mother says he was dating the woman who was driving the SUV.
That woman told police her ex-boyfriend was chasing them, and had rammed into them several times on purpose.
The SUV carrying her and Artis eventually crossed the center line on 82nd Street near I-465, hitting another car.
"He didn't want her seeing my son," added Linda. "The boyfriend, he was trying to push them off the road. And he did, he succeeded, and pushed them off the road."
Witnesses told police they saw two cars speeding down 82nd Street, cutting each other off, even running red lights.
Artis' family is pleading for information about that other car.
"It's senseless, and they need to catch him," added Butler. "I don't care what they do with him, just catch him."
The woman driving the car Artis was in was taken to IU Health Methodist Hospital that night with a broken jaw, arm, and lacerated liver.
Anyone with information about Marsden's whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS.
Mardsen's truck, that has an Indiana 2013 plate number ES844, may have front end damage.
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