Road Rage Victim's Family Offers Prized Classic Car as Reward for Tips
The manhunt continues in Las Vegas for the suspect who shot and killed a mother of four outside of her home following a road rage incident. Now, the victim's family is offering a prized possession as a reward for information on her killer.
Tammy Meyers, 44, was teaching her 15-year-old daughter how to drive Thursday when there was some kind of incident with another car. They were followed back to their home, where someone got out of the car and shot Tammy once in the head.
She died a few days later from her injuries.
William La Jeunesse reported today on "America's Newsroom" that since there have been no arrests, the family is offering a "show quality, totally restored" 1956 Chevrolet El Camino for information that will lead to the killer's arrest.
"It was Tammy's pride and joy," La Jeunesse said. "But for Robert Meyers who restored the wagon along with his wife, spending countless hours together in the garage, the vehicle is priceless."
Matthew Meyers, the victim's son, shared that as soon as someone is arrested, his dad will give the person who provided the information for the arrest the keys to the special vehicle.
"My dad's put everything into that car with my mom, they both worked on it," Matthew Meyers shared.
La Jeunesse added that the car has an appraised value of at least $65,000.
Watch the video above to hear more information about the case on "America's Newsroom."