DENVER, Colorado (KUSA) -- A Denver, Colorado mother is hoping a billboard will help find the hit-and-run driver that killed her children.
Metro Denver Crime Stoppers have unveiled a billboard on the corner of Colfax Avenue and Fillmore Street hoping to make sure people do not forget about the incident.
The billboard is to keep Zama Bee - the mother of two children killed during a hit-and-run crash on March 22 at the corner of East 14th Avenue and Yosemite Street - at the top of everyone's minds in hopes the driver during the wreck will be brought to justice.
The new campaign is called "Somebody Knows Something."
Metro Denver Crime Stoppers has received a generous/sizable donation for this "Special Award" which will allow the organization to reward up to $20,000 for information which leads to an arrest and conviction.
Bee and her 8-year-old son Zamay Khan and her 6-year-old Azat Khan were walking home from school when police say a Cadillac SUV hit them and did not stop. Police do not have any leads to go on, and that is why the campaign is so important.