Los Angeles Sheriff’s investigators are talking about the tragic — unsolved — hit-and-run death of a La Mirada grandmother.
It happened in front of her grand-kids, near Escalona Elementary School.
Authorities today continued their search for the hit- and-run motorist responsible for fatally injuring a woman who was walking her grandchildren home from school in La Mirada last month.
A late-morning news conference was planned by authorities to publicize a $5,000 reward offered for help in solving the case and to release security video of the suspect vehicle in the neighborhood where the fatality occurred.
"The driver of the 2015-2017 dark gray Toyota Camry never stopped to help this grandmother or her grandchildren," sheriff's Deputy Trina Schrader said. "The victim's family is devastated and asking for your help."
Anyone with information on the case was urged to call the Sheriff's Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500, or Crime Stoppers at (800) 222-TIPS.