MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (WOOD) — Officials are increasing the reward for information leading to an arrest in the death of a Central Michigan University freshman killed near campus.
Ryan Tsatsos, 17, was walking with friends back to his residence hall early on Nov. 1 when he was hit by a vehicle that didn’t stop.
Tsatsos, who is from the Detroit suburb of Macomb Township, died at the scene.
A friend told police she had been walking with Tsatsos, who pushed her out of the way of the vehicle.
Crime Stoppers is offering a 5,000 cash reward for tips leading to the driver’s arrest, up from an earlier-announced $2,500 reward.
Michigan State Police believe the car that hit Tsatsos was a dark metallic blue color.