By: Ryan Dickstein
BEL AIR, Md. (Scripps News Baltimore) — It’s been nearly two months since the body of Rachel Morin was discovered along the Ma & Pa Trail in Harford County.
Morin’s killer is believed to be on the loose, and her family desperately seeks answers.
On Wednesday, attorneys representing Morin’s family increased the reward to $20,000.
It previously stood at $10,000 between Metro Crime Stoppers and the Harford County Sheriff’s Office.
“The loss of Rachel Morin has left a profound void in the lives of her family and friends. We believe that someone out there holds the key to solving this case. We are doubling the reward to $20,000 in the hope that it will encourage anyone with information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to come forward and help us bring closure to this heart-wrenching tragedy,” the law firm of Rice, Murtha, Psoras said in a statement.
Little is known of what happened Saturday, August 5, when the mother of five went for a walk.
She never returned home, prompting her boyfriend to report her missing.
The next day, Morin’s body was found. DNA located at the crime scene linked to a March home invasion suspect in Los Angeles.
Yet, police aren’t exactly sure who the suspect is. So far, all they have is this video of him leaving a home.
It’s unclear what connection, if any, the suspect has in Maryland, but investigators think he’s committed multiple crimes in other states.
Anyone with information related to the Rachel Morin murder case is urged to call the Harford County Sheriff’s Office at (410) 836-7788 or via email at [email protected].
Additionally, those interested in contributing to the reward fund are encouraged to visit here.
This story was originally published by Scripps News Baltimore, an E.W. Scripps Company.