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Baltimore Police Department and the FBI have increased the reward for information leaded to an arrest in the case of the fatal stabbing of 21 year old Marcus Edwards of D.C.

Last week the reward was $20,000, but not it’s been increased to $22,000.

Marcus Edwards was stabbed to death  as he walked along a residential street near the intersection of Loch Raven Boulevard and Woodbourne Avenue in Baltimore Sept. 19, 2016. Police say the Morgan State University student was stabbed in the chest en route to his girlfriend’s house about a mile north of campus.

Police and FBI still have no suspect or a reason behind this senseless  murder.

 Authorities are asking anyone with information to call the FBI at 410-265-8080 or the Baltimore Police Department at 410-396-2100. Tips can be sent by text to the Baltimore Police homicide detectives at 443-902-4824, and all calls and tips are kept confidential.

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