Reward offered in case of man killed in Baltimore ‘squeegee’ fight

BALTIMORE — A total of $16,000 in reward money is being offered to anyone with information about a recent deadly encounter between a man and people cleaning windshields for cash at a downtown Baltimore intersection.

Gov. Larry Hogan tweeted Saturday that the state is offering an $8,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in the fatal shooting of 48-year-old Timothy Reynolds.

The Baltimore Sun reports Metro CrimeStoppers is also offering an $8,000 reward. Police have said Reynolds had a heated interaction with the so-called squeegee workers, parked his car and approached the group with a baseball bat.

He was fatally shot and the workers fled.

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