I never thought about it but topixwould be a useful tool for a law enforcement official huh? Probably time consuming, inaccurate at times, and kinda sneaky but useful I suppose. But @Sperry32 detective or not you would need to provide a little more info. I'm sure there are hit and runs every few hours in Huntington depending on the definition of hit and run. Are we talking full frontal crash? Or just someone hitting a side mirror on the narrow streets? Make, model, and year of victims vehicle would be useful as well. General location would also be of great use.
But no matter, your task will be very difficult without an analysis of paint residue from other vehicle. There have to be thousands of damaged vehicles around here. My personal vehicle is covered in dents and dings. Even my state vehicle has unexplained dents and dings. Just because a vehicle has exterior damage does not mean they were involved in a hit and run. Then you also have to think about repairs to vehicles, you could check local garages and body shops if you have enough info to tell what damage to expect on the suspects vehicle, but even then there are enough shade tree mechanics around here that could still do a professional job without the appropriate paperwork and records filed.
Good luck on your search.