Three weeks after the hit-and-run that killed a Nogales firefighter, friends and family continue to search for the driver responsible.
They are stepping up the search tomorrow and are asking for help tonight. Three times tomorrow, 8 a.m. 11 a.m. and 5 p.m., volunteers can go grab flyers at the Starbucks at Wilmot and Speedway and post as many as possible.
Sterling Lytle was a well-known firefighter when he was struck by another vehicle in a parking lot near Alvernon and Lee.
That truck, a custom orange colored Chevy Avalanche or Silverado sped off. But when it hit Lytle, it left its grill behind.
Now friends and family are ready to hand out 7,000 fliers tomorrow focusing on body shops they may not have found before. Not just here but also Phoenix and down to Nogales, along with convenience stores and any other well seen place that will let them be posted.
"There's always hope, and that's what we're relying on now. Somebody out there knows something. Whether that vehicle's in hiding, or it's out there roaming the streets, that color or a different color, whatever it is now, somebody knows something, and we're hoping that this word, especially with the reward now up to $30,000, somebody's going to come forward," said Kevin Chaffee, a friend of Sterling's.