Reward increased to $10k for tips in Baltimore woman's death

BALTIMORE (AP) — The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the death of a Baltimore woman fatally stabbed in July while walking her dogs has been increased.

The reward for information in the death of 59-year-old Molly Macauley is now $10,000 thanks to friends and family.

Macauley was found stabbed on West University Parkway on the night of July 8. She was the vice president for research and a senior fellow with Resources for the Future in Washington, a think tank that produces research on the environment and natural resources.

Police have not identified a motive in her stabbing.

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