- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 23, 2014

MINOT, N.D. (AP) - Police in Minot say a reward fund has been set up for the hit-and-run case that resulted in the death of a toddler.

Capt. John Klug with the Minot Police Department says the reward has been set up in hopes of encouraging people to provide police with new leads in the case.

Twenty-three-month-old Zofia Pepple, of New Town, died last month after being struck by a pickup truck.

Klug says the reward is set at $3,000 with up to an additional $1,000 available through Crime Stoppers. The reward is for information that leads to an arrest or brings resolve to the case.

Authorities are still searching for the vehicle of interest. It is described as a dark color pickup truck, club or super cab with factory running boards and tires.

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