Pizza Hut announced Thursday that it would offer $10,000 in reward money to persons with information on the Nov. 26 killing of one of its Wichita, Kansas, drivers. Investigators currently have minimal clues on the death, but they have confirmed that the driver was fatally shot.

Hasan Rahman, 26, was shot to death and left behind in the trunk of his vehicle Thanksgiving weekend. Rahman made a few deliveries on the night of Nov. 25, but he did not return back to work afterward. The reward money being given to persons that provide information on Rahman's death is being managed through Crime Stoppers, but this typically only amounts $2,500, at most. Pizza Hut is appending an additional $10,000 to Crime Stoppers' compensatory offer, however.

"You feel helpless with these things," Kym Money, director of marketing for Pizza Hut of Southeast Kansas, said in a statement to KWCH. "This is a tangible expression of our grief."

Rahman's coworkers went to search for him Saturday at his final delivery spots after he didn't return to work that night. One coworker, however, came across some of the driver's belongings in the yard of his last delivery. This coworker then brought these items back to their Wichita Pizza Hut shop and called 911.

Rahman's body was found 45 minutes after a woman called in to report Sunday regarding a suspicious person in the trunk of a car. The driver's body was recovered within three miles of his delivery region.

"We're not sure how that went down," Lt. Todd Ojile said Monday to the Wichita Eagle. "We're looking at other pizza delivery robberies because this was out of the norm from what we usually have. Usually, those are handled in a different way."

"This is out of the ordinary and strange. We're looking at every angle of what could have happened or why this occurred," Ojile added.

Rahman's wife spoke on the matter, urging those with any information on his death to come forward.

"It is definitely a comfort that something is being done and that it is not just being put on a back burner or forgotten, he deserves justice, we deserve to know what happened and who did this to him," April Rahman, the driver's wife, said to KSNW-TV. "A lot of people might not want to come forward for whatever reason, but you have to think about the people that affects the most."

"He wasn't just important to me, it was everyone he ever came in contact with," she added.

Rahman moved to the U.S. from Bangladesh. The former Pizza Hut driver was previously registered as a student at Wichita University. He was said to be a nice man with a good head on his shoulders by staff at the Islamic Society of Wichita.

"There are no words that can express the grief and sadness we feel as a result of this tragedy. This is a very close-knit group, and this has hit us all very hard," Pizza Hut said in a statement issued to International Business Times. "Hasan was an outstanding person and team member...Our sincerest heartfelt sympathies go out to Hasan’s family, friends and our fellow team members affected by this senseless tragedy."

Pizza Hut intends to fully cooperate with local law enforcement to resolve the investigation. No arrests were made in connection with Rahman's death.

This article was updated to include a statement from Pizza Hut.