FBI Offers $25,000 Reward 5 Years Since Traverse City Bicyclist Hit, Killed

Thursday, July 5 marks five years since the tragic death of bicyclist Kelly Boyce-Hurlbert.

She was killed while riding her bike home in Traverse City back in 2013.

In a press conference that wrapped up about hour ago, the FBI announced they are offering a $25,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in this deadly hit and run case.

Investigators believe Kelly was either hit by a truck or SUV.

She was dragged for a short distance before the driver took off.

Investigators say they have received more than 800 tips, and still have dozens more to go through.

But so far, there has been no arrest in this case.

Tonight at six hear from Kelly’s family on the hope that someone who knows what happens, comes forward.