Bel Air, Maryland – The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has issued a warning to the public after DNA evidence linked the murder of Rachel Morin to a Los Angeles assault and home invasion in March. The prime suspect in Morin’s murder is still on the loose and authorities fear that the individual could strike again.
Rachel Morin was last seen on August 5th while walking on the Ma and Pa Heritage Trail in Bel Air, Maryland. She was reported missing, and her body was found on the trail two days later. The condition of her body suggested that she did not go willingly.
Authorities have used DNA evidence to link the suspect to the Los Angeles assault and home invasion. The suspect remains unidentified and at large, and charges are urging anyone with information to come forward.
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office has warned the public to be vigilant and report suspicious activity. They have also advised people to avoid the Ma and Pa Heritage Trail until the suspect is apprehended.
The investigation into Rachel Morin’s murder is ongoing, and authorities are determined to bring the perpetrator to justice.