SAN DIEGO - A Paradise Hills family made an emotional plea Monday to catch the driver who hit and killed their veteran son and then took off in broad daylight.
The crash occurred last Tuesday on Interstate 15 near Fallbrook as Alnabil Aming was riding his motorcycle on his way to college.
"It's really hard being a mom, losing your lovely son, but I just trust Allah," cried Rosalinda Aming, who is relying on faith to catch the other driver involved.
She and another son are frustrated there have been no arrests. Aming's older brother Allin Ray contacted 10News for help.
"Just speechless. I don't know, there's no words to explain," said Ray.
He says Aming was a good man who spent seven and a half years as a diesel truck driver in the U.S. Army. He served in Iraq, Afghanistan and Germany, where he met his wife.
Aming was excited to attend Universal Technical Institute in Rancho Cucamonga, even with the two-hour commute.
"He's always smiling and he's a happy person," said Ray.
This comes after a legislator proposed a new law that would create a "Yellow Alert," similar to an "Amber Alert" to help catch hit-and-run drivers. Between January and June of 2014, there have been nearly 1,900 hit-and-run accidents with injuries in San Diego.
Ray said, "I hope whoever hit my brother is going to come forward and have some conscience on him."
The California Highway Patrol is looking for a cream-colored sedan with damage to the right side. Officers say the driver of that car changed lanes, hitting Aming and then sped off.