Reward offered for gun potentially used in Edgewood murder
11:13 AM, Aug 21, 2018
11:11 AM, Aug 23, 2018
EDGEWOOD, Md. - A gun that was potentially used to kill a 19-year-old in Edgewood is still missing weeks after the incident occurred.
On August 3, police say 19-year-old Thailek Jacob Willis was killed during a potential drug deal in the Edgewood High School parking lot. Yasin Powell, 16, and Jaylin Brown, 15, were charged with murder and an investigation revealed two guns were used when the homicide happened.
Since then, only one gun has been located and the other, a 9 mm handgun, is still missing.
Anyone with information regarding the weapon should call the Harford County Sheriff's Office. There is a $500 reward for information leading to the location and recovery of the weapon. All calls will remain anonymous.