Reward now over $20,000 for tips leading to arrest of driver who hit and killed Clovis Unified Vice Principal

The CHP is looking for a pickup with a Crew Cab (4-Door) and chrome caps on the side mirrors (shown with arrows). The vehicle is dark in color, possibly black.

The reward has increased for tips leading to the arrest of the driver of a truck that hit and killed a beloved Clovis Unified Vice Principal.

Valley Crimestoppers now says the reward is now $22,350 thanks to donations from the community.

On Tuesday, the California Highway Patrol released a photo of the truck they believe hit and killed a beloved Clovis Unified Vice Principal.

Authorities said after further investigation they have determined that the vehicle that struck 43-year-old Gavin Gladding was a Chevrolet Silverado or GMC Sierra (between the years of 2005-2007)

The pickup is a Crew Cab (4-Door) and has chrome caps on the side mirrors. The vehicle is dark in color, possibly black, and will have collision damage to include but not limited to: Missing passenger side rear view mirror, crushed windshield, and possible damage to the grille, hood, roof, A-pillar, and door.

Gladding was hit and killed Sunday morning while he was jogging near Friant and Old Friant road.

Gladding joined Clovis Unified in 2005 -- working first as a science teacher at Alta Sierra Intermediate and Clovis West High School. He joined Fort Washington in 2015 as a Guidance Instructional Specialist -- the equivalent to a Vice Principal.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Valley Crimestoppers at (559) 498-STOP or at valleycrimestoppers.org.

You can also call the Fresno Area CHP at (559) 262-0400 or (559) 705-2200, but no reward will be given.
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