WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Winston-Salem Police have identified a suspect after a 65-year-old Lexington man was hit while riding his bike weeks ago.

26-year-old Gregory Lavern Lucas Jr. drove into Robert Jordan on Reynolda Road on March 25 according to police. Jordan is still unconscious in the hospital.

Lucas was driving a red 2008 Ford Mustang.

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Gregory Lucas
Gregory Lucas
Winston-Salem PD

Police were able to find the car with the help of witnesses the next day. Lucas faces felony hit and run charges and is still being sought by police.

Jordan's family says this is the second time he was the victim of a hit and run, just two weeks apart. 

"March 11th he was hit on Reynolda Road, and then March 25th he was the victim of a hit and run on Reynolda Road as well," daughter Lana Jordan said. 

Anyone with information should call the Winston-Salem Police Department.

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