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ATF offers $5K reward to ID suspects in video accused of murdering Baltimore delivery driver

The ATF on Tuesday released video of two suspects wanted in connection to the January 24 murder of a Baltimore food delivery driver.
Posted at 10:20 AM, Feb 08, 2022

BALTIMORE — The ATF on Tuesday released video of two suspects wanted in connection to the January 24 murder of a Baltimore food delivery driver.

Cheryl McCormack, 51, was shot and killed overnight in the 3900 block of White Avenue. She would've been 52 on Thursday.

She and another victim were working for a food delivery app, and on their way to drop off an order, when their car ran out of gas.

McCormack stayed with the car while the person with her walked to a gas station to get fuel.

During this time, two masked suspects allegedly tried robbing the victim before ordering them back to the disabled vehicle.

That's where the suspects saw McCormack and demanded she get out of the car.

When she refused to give the suspects what they wanted, they shot her and fled.

WMAR-2 News showed the lone witness the images of the accused duo.

Still trembling and filled with worry, he said, “ That’s definitely them.”

"I did not realize who it was. I just heard that somebody was murdered and it was a door dash person and I didn't even realize it was my neighbor so total shock right now,” said Dianna Leedy, McCormack’s neighbor.

The murder happened just 10 minutes from where McCormack lives raising some concerns.

"I pray daily for myself and my family that we come home safely each day but it's a scary world right now. We live in a very scary world where things like this happen so easily,” said Leedy.

ATF is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the suspects arrest.

“It's a shame we have to give money in order for somebody to come forward that somebody's been murdered. That's really a sad thing to me. I'm thankful the ATF is even able to offer anything but it's sad that we have to go to that point,” Leedy shared.

It's believed the suspects frequent the Bel Air Road corridor. The video shows them each walking around the gas station, near the crime scene shortly before the deadly shooting.