Up To $8K Reward Offered For Tips About Murder Of East Baltimore Pregnant Woman And Fiancé – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Maryland’s Metro Crime Stoppers is offering a cash reward to anyone with information that leads investigators to the killer of a pregnant woman and her fiancé in East Baltimore.

Maryland’s Metro Crime Stoppers announced the rewards Sunday afternoon. The volunteer-based organization says it will spend up to $8,000 on tips leading to the arrest and conviction of people. shot and killed Angel Smith, 38, and her fiancé, Yahmell Montague.

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Smith and Montague were inside a parked car in the 300th block of East 23rd Street when someone began firing multiple rounds at them on Thursday.

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The man is presumed dead on arrival. Smith is also believed to have died shortly after giving birth to an infant girl, who was initially listed in critical condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital, police said.

Smith was seven months pregnant at the time of her murder.

On Saturday, family members told WJZ that the baby’s health was improving. According to family members, some of the tubes that helped her fight for life were removed.

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Anyone with information can contact the volunteer-based organization at 866-756-2587.

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