$10,000 reward for tip that leads to arrest in a 9 year old hit and run case

$10,000 reward in hit-in-run case in St. Johns County

The family of 23-year-old Bryan Wrigley has not given up hope of finding their son’s alleged killer.

On April 13, 2011, Wrigley was riding his bike down County Road 214 when a truck crossed the centerline and hit him head-on near Poa Boy Farms Road. The driver did not stop.

Evidence recovered from the scene indicates that the truck that hit Wrigley was a Blue Ford Ranger XLT pickup, 2001-2003 model.

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A witness described the driver as a young man, between the ages of 17 and 22.

This is a recent sketch of the man believed to be driving the truck (photo is attached).

Crimestoppers previously offered a $5,000 reward for answers, but now so is Wrigley’s family.”We decided ‘hey let’s try to put $5000 with it,’ family money, and make it $10,000 and just try to encourage someone to come forward.” Mandy Wrigley, Bryan’s mother, said.

Anyone with information on the identity of the driver or the location of the pickup, please call Crime Stoppers at (888)277-TIPS (8477) or download the Crime Stoppers App (P3Tips) to text the information.