GLYNN COUNTY Ga. -- Police are now offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the death of Bubba Burger executive, Richard Hollis. They say they are looking for anyone who may have been at exit 42 off I-95 last Monday morning, where Hollis was found shot to death while changing his tire.
Glynn County Police say they have already gotten several tips that have them looking for a gray Ford pick-up truck that may have stopped to help Hollis, as well as a green pick-up truck towing a trailer. They're also looking for a red or maroon small to mid-sized sedan.
Hollis's mother-in-law, Ruth Grove hopes the reward leads to some answers.
"I'd give my life if I could bring him back, I would," she said. "If we could just find who did this it would help so much in closure for us and to protect somebody else from this pain because I've never felt this kind of pain in my life."
Grove told Action News that Hollis was the kind of man who would give you the shirt of his back, and the kind of coach who displayed his own Little League players' baseballs right next to signed Major League players'.
"That's just the way he was," said Grove. "I felt like he had everybody's back."
Now Hollis needs the community to have his back. Police say they are relying on the public's help.
If you have any information, contact investigations at 912-554-7802.