Friday, April 8, 2022
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There is now a $16,000 reward for data to assist police discover the one that murdered a 40-year-old mom of three.
Sophia Wilks was shot a number of instances round 11:37 p.m. Tuesday inside her dwelling within the 700 block of Linnard Street in southwest Baltimore. Wilks’ three kids had been additionally inside the home on the time of the capturing, authorities mentioned. There was no phrase on whether or not the youngsters witnessed the capturing.
Gov. Larry Hogan introduced Thursday the state will match the Metro Crime Stoppers reward by including one other $8,000 for data that results in an arrest.
Through our Re-Fund The Police Initiative, the state offers a 100% match of Crime Stoppers rewards that result in arrests.
We will add one other $8,000 for data within the loss of life of 40-year-old Sophia Wilks. Call 1-866-756-2587 with any ideas. pic.twitter.com/u0LEU1Wm8G
— Governor Larry Hogan (@GovLarryHogan) April 7, 2022
Mayor Brandon Scott known as the capturing tragic. “It’s disgusting, right? You have someone, let alone killing a woman, but in front of her children. Think about what those children are going to now be dealing with that trauma for the rest of their lives,” Scott instructed WBAL-TV 11.
Anyone with data is requested to name Metro Crime Stoppers at 866-7LOCKUP.
WBAL-TV 11 contributed to this report.