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FBI offers $25k reward on 2-year-anniversary of maintenance worker's murder

Posted at 1:28 PM, Aug 07, 2020
and last updated 2020-08-11 14:42:15-04

BALTIMORE — Friday marked two years since a maintenance contractor was killed while working on a home in Baltimore.

Bryan McKemy was just 27-years-old when a gunman invaded a home in the 4500 block of Woodlea Avenue and shot him multiple times at close range.

On the anniversary of his death, the FBI increased a reward to $25,000 for information leading to the killer(s) arrest.

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The FBI doesn't believe Bryan was the target. They say several tips have been received, but more are needed to solve the case.

"After two years, we have developed several leads, but we need the public’s help in providing us with the final clues to hold his killer or killers responsible and give Bryan’s family the justice that they deserve,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Jennifer Boone. “We are hoping that this reward money will convince someone to come forward to ensure those responsible will never be in a position to hurt anyone else.”

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The FBI also launched social media and billboard campaigns throughout the Baltimore area, in hopes of finding the perpetrator.

Anyone with information should call 1-800-225-5324.