ZIONSVILLE, Indiana — Private donors including Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay and punter Pat McAfee have increased the reward for information leading to an arrest in a hit-and-run crash that killed a 78-year-old central Indiana woman.
The Colts announced Monday that Irsay had contributed $10,000 and McAfee $5,000 to the reward fund. Crime Stoppers had previously offered a $1,000 reward in the case.
Boone County Sheriff Ken Campbell said in a statement that he hopes the reward "motivates someone to send information to our investigators."
Anita Wernsing of Fayette was leaving Mt. Tabor Primitive Church near Zionsville on foot when she was struck and killed on Nov. 25.
Investigators say a dark sport-utility vehicle hit Wernsing.