BALTIMORE (WMAR) — Baltimore Police on Monday released surveillance video hoping to identify three men connected to the 2019 murder of YMCA Coach Jordan Taylor.
Taylor was shot and killed the night of November 5, after multiple suspects broke into his home on Clifton Avenue.
The video shows three males gathered outside of a home, two appear to be wearing dark hoodies while the other was wearing a lighter hoodie. Later a dark SUV is seen driving away.
Homicide detectives need your help identifying the three men seen here in this video. Call (410) 396-2100, MCS at 1-866-7lockup, or the @ATFBaltimore 888-ATF-TIPS. A reward of $20k is being offered for info that leads to the identification and the arrest of the suspects. pic.twitter.com/7OXU7Rvk5o— Baltimore Police (@BaltimorePolice) February 3, 2020
Prior to his death, Taylor spent 10 years working with children at the Y in Catonsville, as Sports and Teen Director.
Following the incident, Taylor's mother said on Facebook that died protecting his wife in what she called an act of pure evil.
Taylor's murder even prompted John Hoey, the CEO of the Y of Central Maryland, to write a scathing Op-Ed criticizing City leaders and their response to crime.
"So many of the people we serve are doing their absolute best to live productive lives in neighborhoods that are incredibly violent and dangerous. They are being traumatized daily, and are largely and disproportionately the victims of the violence. They are the ones who most deserve answers and far more serious action than we have yet seen by our local elected officials," Hoey wrote.
Anyone with information on the case should call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100 or Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7Lockup.
A $20,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the case.