FAST food chain Pizza Hut is offering up to a $10,000 ($A13,000) reward to anyone with information leading to an arrest in the mysterious shooting death of one of its Kansas delivery drivers.
Hasan Rahman, 26, was found shot to death in the trunk of his car in Wichita, south-central Kansas, on Nov. 26 after he didn’t return to work from delivering two orders in the area, police said.
Investigators say they have few leads in the case.
“You feel helpless with these things,” said Pizza Hut’s Director of Marketing Kym Money, according to CBS-affiliate KWCH 12.
“This is a tangible expression of our grief.”
Crime Stoppers of Wichita is also offering up a reward of $2500.