On Tuesday, Crime Stoppers announced a cash reward is being offered for information on the suspect in a police chase that led to a 62-year-old woman's death.

According to MLive, the reward is up to $1,000 for information on the driver that led a Michigan State Police trooper on a chase July 3rd. The chase ended in a crash that ended up killing Jacqueline Nichols. The trooper had attempted to stop the suspect's vehicle - a green or blue Pontiac sedan with a white license plate - when the the suspect fled north on North Street. The trooper ended up colliding with a vehicle Nichols was in at the intersection of Pierson Road and North Street.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) SPEAK-UP.