While Wilkes Barre Police continue to follow leads in connection with the fatal hit and run of a 5 year old boy Friday in the city, a reward fund has been established. City-Wide Towing Operator Bob Kadluboski announced the fund at the location on North Street where Kevin Miller was struck after leaving a Christmas party at a home around 11pm. So far three area businessmen have pledged a total of 15hundred dollars to start the fund. A letter from First National Community Bank where the fund was established says the purpose of the account is to "accept donations for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the hit and run accident that killed Kevin Miller." Donations. will be accepted at any of their branch locations including on West Market Street in Wilkes Barre.