NORTHVILLE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A cash reward of up to $15,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest in the hit-and-run death of Dominic Duhn. Crime Stoppers is offering the reward.
Duhn, 20, was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver on Sept. 3 while skateboarding in the area of Sheldon Road and Six Mile Road in Northville Township.
“As you can imagine, my whole family has been devastated... There’s no words to explain,” said Duhn’s mother, Garbriella Duhn.
Dominic Duhn was a junior at Michigan State University. He was working toward a career in business agriculture.
“He was such an amazing guy. He was always trying to better himself. He was really into reading a lot of self-improvement books. He was keeping a journal on all of the notes from all of the books he was reading,” Gabriella Duhn said.
His parents are asking for the person responsible for his death to come forward.
There is a scholarship fund being created in Dominic’s name to keep his legacy. If you’d like to donate, click this link.
Tips left with Crime Stoppers will remain anonymous. Rewards are paid when tips lead to arrest, they do not wait for a conviction. Crime Stoppers will be enforcing social distancing and wearing masks to protect employees from COVID-19.
Police said the driver was going south on Sheldon Road from Six Mile Road and the vehicle will likely have front end damage.