BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore County Police announced a $2,000 reward Monday for information on the death of a woman who was shot in a Catonsville parking lot in January.
Officers responded to a report of a shooting at the Catonsville Plaza shopping center on Baltimore National Pike around 1 p.m. on Jan. 13. There, officers found 27-year-old Diamond Trueheart shot in the parking lot.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Cooling Down
She was pronounced dead at the crime scene.
👇🏽$ REWARD for info about Diamond’s murder
But the toll murder takes on family…
Her Uncle: “I can’t sleep, I was checked into a mental hospital for a little bit, I lost my job & I had to start over in Arizona. I’m not gonna go back to #Baltimore ever again”@wjz https://t.co/fa5fn1pVLN
— Annie Rose Ramos (@AnnieRoseNews) May 10, 2022
“It happened in January and it’s like, going on May, and it’s still zero,” said Cedrick Holloway, Trueheart’s Uncle, who said he’s frustrated the murder remains unsolved.
Holloway said his sister and Trueheart work at a salon in the plaza, and they were walking out of work when they heard gunshots. He said Trueheart ran one way and his sister ran the other way.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: A Cold Front Sweeps In As Severe Thunderstorm Watch Ends
It is unclear whether or not the shooting was a targeted incident.
Police said investigators know there were numerous patrons in the parking lot of the shopping center when the shooting happened, and want anyone with information about the crime to contact them at 410-887-3943.
“They may have seen a vehicle,” Baltimore County Police Department Detective Trae Corbin spokesman said. “They may have seen individuals running. They may have witnessed the incident. If they have, please just come forward and give us all the information that they have.”
Until the case is solved, Holloway will continue hoping for closure.MORE NEWS: Waterfront Partnership Of Baltimore Offers Free Exercise Classes Along Inner Harbor
Homicide detectives are asking anyone with information about the case to contact them at 410-307-2020. Callers may remain anonymous.