The family of Rachel Morin is interesting to high schools in Los Angeles for info concerning a suspect linked with her homicide.
Morin went lacking in August and her physique was discovered by a searcher on Maryland’s Ma and Pa Path in Harford County the next day.
Randolph Rice, an legal professional for the mother-of-five’s family, instructed The Messenger that investigators consider the killer is between 20 and 30 years of age, which means he may’ve been in high college two years in the past.
Consequently, the legal professional despatched personalised letters to principals of Los Angeles high schools, together with John C Fremont High College, Dr Maya Angelou Group Senior High, Augustus F Hawkins High College, Mervyn M Dymally High College, and South East High College, WBFF, a Fox Information affiliate reported.
The schools are near the place safety footage of the person leaving a house invasion was taken in March. Officers say the person additionally sexually assaulted a juvenile feminine whereas on the residence.
The video solely reveals the person’s legs and again. His face just isn’t seen within the footage. He has been described as 5’9, 160lbs, with a brown complexion.
“We consider he’s aware of this space, and thus, he would have ties to the neighborhood, corresponding to a former scholar in one of many native high schools,” the legal professional stated.
“We hope a trainer, employees, or a present scholar in one of many 5 high schools across the Los Angeles crime scene will recognise him and supply his title.”
The family of the 37-year-old has distributed 1000’s of flyers throughout the town, in line with The Messenger. There’s at the moment a $30,000 award for info that leads officers to the girl’s killer.
Morin’s physique was found inside a tunnel in Harford County, Maryland on 6 August. DNA proof discovered on the crime scene led officers to the male suspect.
Her boyfriend reported her lacking after she didn’t come dwelling.
The Impartial has reached out to the Los Angeles Unified College District for remark.