PAWNEE COUNTY, Okla. (KTUL) -- Three years after a father loses his son in a hit-and-run accident, he’s still seeking justice.
Joshua Breman lost his life on Feb. 27, 2016.
His father, David has been searching for answers ever since.
“I just want to know why and who,” he said. “When it comes to his anniversary, I believe that somebody out there maybe recently has heard something.”
He still remembers when his younger son got the call from Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
“Trooper Harper gave him the notification,” said Breman. “He asked him if his name was Zach Breman and he said yes. He asked is your brother Josh and he said yes. He said well, I would like to inform you your brother has been killed. At that point he was in the hallway right by my bedroom and he collapsed on the floor.”
The accident happened just west of Tulsa on Highway 412 near Westport in a construction zone.
Breman said he sees more and more hit and runs and frankly it scares him.
“The problem with our society today is people just don’t care anymore,” he said. “Everybody is in a hurry to go nowhere and it’s gotten worse in the last 10 years.”
Every year he said he will share his story with faith that someone will lead him to whoever did this.
“I just want people to look at if this was your son or daughter,” he said. “I know you would want justice and that’s what I want. I want justice so I can have closure. This is coming up on three years for me and so it’s the idea of not giving up. You slowly have to move forward but it’ll always be in the back of my mind. I’ll never forget about my oldest son."
So far, Breman said evidence shows his son was hit by a red car.
He’s offering a cash reward for anyone with information.
You can call *55 to contact Oklahoma Highway Patrol and remain anonymous.