Harford County Sheriff's Office Identifies Potential Suspect In Rachel Morin Case Via DNA Evidence
HARFORD COUNTY - The Harford County Sheriff's Office announced a potential suspect in the tragic murder of Rachel Morin at a press conference on Thursday.
According to the Sheriff's Office, DNA collected from Morin's body matches a male suspect in his early to mid-20s, around 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighing approximately 160 pounds.
This same individual is believed to be involved in an assault on a young child during a house break-in in Los Angeles this past March. However, the identity of this suspect remains unknown, being linked only through DNA evidence.
The Los Angeles Police Department has provided footage from a security camera showing a shirtless man leaving a residence. However, only half of the suspect's face is discernible in the video.
The Harford County Sheriff's Office is urging the public to study the images and video footage of the suspect closely and to reach out with any relevant information at 410-836-7738 or via email at RMtips@harfordsheriff.org.
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