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Reward increased in Edgewood murder

Tim Youngquist was killed while delivering food
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Posted at 6:15 PM, Feb 27, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-27 18:24:01-05

EDGEWOOD, Md (WMAR) — "On the evening of February 10th my world was ripped away."

Mandii Waugh fought back tears writing this message to the community, about the need to find the men who killed her fiance and father to their 5-year-old son, Tim Youngquist.

"I have lived in Harford County for 28 years and knowing his killers are still walking freely makes me feel very unsafe. We need to catch these criminals so I don't have to worry about raising our son in Harford county," Waugh said.

The Harford County Sheriff's Office says on the evening of February 10, Youngquist was shot and killed during an attempted robbery in Edgewood while delivering food. Detectives say three men were seen running from the crime scene on Monticello Court. An original reward for $2,000 was offered for information that leads to an arrest, but the Harford County Sheriff’s Office announced this week it is offering an additional $8,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction in this case.

MORE: Police: Delivery driver shot, killed during attempted robbery in Edgewood

Waugh believes the increased reward will help find the killers, but says nothing will ever fill the loss that she and her family has suffered.

"Tim worked very hard to provide for his family and knowing he left for work and never came home is hard to explain to our son but myself as well," Waugh said. "Tim was the kind of man that would help anyone and to see that his life was taken away so senselessly is heartbreaking not only to us but the community."

Anyone with information should contact Detective Kramer at 443-409-3546 and a GoFundMe was started to help the family.