G. McConway
August 23, 2023

Suspect in Rachel Morin Murder Remains on the Loose

Police in Maryland are now warning residents that they could be in danger.

A man suspected in the brutal murder of Rachel Morin, a mother of five, could possibly attack someone else.

While police have released a video and a description of the man, he remains on the loose.

In Danger

Morin, 37, was out for a hike on a trail in Bel Air, MD, at the time of the attack on August 4.

On August 5, a call came in to local authorities to report that a body had been found, reported E Online.

When police examined the scene, they knew this was not an accidental death.

The local Sheriff told Fox News, "It was more than obviously apparent to police officers and our detectives who came up that this was not an accidental injury— somebody out exercising who's fallen down and sustained a fatal injury.

"This was not something that was self-inflicted...This was the action of one or more persons who took her life in a criminal homicide—an egregious, horrific act in what is very otherwise...a very, very safe area."

Police have still not caught the man they believe to be responsible for her death.

Harford County Sheriff Jeff Gahler stated, "This individual poses a threat to every community from here to Los Angeles because we don't know where he's laying his head at night."

This video of the man was also released…

DNA evidence found on Morin matches the man wanted for another assault and home invasion that took place in March.

The Sheriff added, "This person has an absolute disregard for the sanctity of human life and, until he's arrested, there is a threat he'll do something harmful to someone else."

While online trolls pointed the finger at Morin's boyfriend, the Sheriff stated that he is not a suspect at this time.

The Sheriff stated, "At this point, there is no indication that he was involved. But until we know who this guy is or whether he acted alone, the entire world is a suspect."

In honor of Morin, the local community did a group hike at the Ma & Pa Heritage Trail on Saturday.

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