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Stolen Truck Found In Connection To Deadly Home Invasion

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SALISBURY, Md. - Maryland State Police are continuing to search for the suspect involved in a home invasion turned homicide early Wednesday morning in Salisbury.

Police say they responded to a call for a home invasion on Pemberton Drive after a.m. in Salisbury. When they arrived on the scene they found an injured victim who told police he was attacked with a blunt object. They also discovered 72 year old Donald Mariner, who later died from his injuries.

While the suspect is still at large, police found a stolen Ford F-150 pick-up truck that belonged to Mariner abandoned on West Main Street. Police are asking anyone who may have seen the truck to please call police.

Crime solvers of the Lower Eastern Shore is offering a $2,000 reward to anyone with information leading to the arrest of a suspect in this case. Police say they are looking for an African American male wearing a black hoodie and jeans.
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