Fort Bragg officials offering $10K reward for information on fatal hit-and-run
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Fort Bragg officials have doubled the reward being offered for information in the case of a driver who struck and killed a soldier last year.
The Fayetteville Observer reported that the Army Criminal Investigation Command is offering $10,000 for help in identifying the driver involved in the fatal hit-and-run.
The paper reported that the original $5,000 reward was announced in December.
Officials said a late model white Chevrolet Impala was being driven recklessly when it struck an Army Humvee that was part of a larger convoy on Sept. 19.
Authorities said the Humvee rolled over, resulting in the death of one soldier and two others being injured. The soldiers were assigned to the 4th Military Information Support Group.
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