Mandy Wrigley is on a mission to find the person responsible for the death of her 23-year-old son, Bryan Wrigley.
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.- Mandy Wrigley said she is continuing something that is very important to her and her family.
"I want to find my son's killer," she told First Coast News.
It's a mission she has endured since April 13, 2011.
That was the day her son, 23-year-old Bryan Wrigley, was killed by a hit and run driver on County Road 214 in St. John's County.
"You never get over it," she said. "You just somehow get through it day-to-day."
Those days keep passing by.
Police released a composite sketch of the driver a week after Bryan's death.
Mandy and others are still asking who's responsible for the death of her son.
Bryan, was from West Columbia, South Carolina. He was a student at the University of St. Augustine and was a member of the local bicycle riding club.,
"We still need help in solving this case," Mandy said. "There's someone out there that knows something."
Here is where Velo Fest comes in. It is an annual 3-day event who's members said Bryan is the reason the initiative ignited. The events took place this weekend.
The Velo Fest mission is to increase awareness and educate people about cycling, including rules of the road.
Velo Fest's spokesperson, Heather Neville, said since Bryan's 2011 death, there have been about 15 hit and runs in St. John's County involving pedestrians and cyclists.
Neville said nearly 300 people have been hit by cars in the county since since then.
"Our ultimate goal is to bring it down to zero," Neville said. "It's been done across the country, so we're just trying to do that here in our hometown."
Neville added that even if just one life can be saved, the Velo Fest mission would be accomplished.
Of the annual event, Mandy said.
"it's such a good way to keep his memory going and it helps us as a family because we don't have closure."
Mandy said she is matching the police reward of 5,000 with her own money, bringing the total to $10,000.
In the days following Bryan's death, police said evidence located at the scene pointed to a Ford pickup or SUV and possibly a 2000-2005 model.
Anyone with any information on the driver or the whereabouts of the vehicle is asked to contact the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office. You can also contact CrimeStoppers of Northeast Florida at 1-(888) 277-TIPS (8477).