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Maryland murder persons of interests are now living in Tucson

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TUCSON - Two and a half years ago, 43-year old Megan Tilman from Annapolis, Maryland went missing.

Her skeletal remains were found in October 2017 and her death was ruled a homicide.

Now, police need your help solving this case.

The murder happened in Maryland but the persons of interest are now living in Tucson.

Police believe Tilman's roommates are the last to ever see or hear from her.

It's been two years, but it's still an active investigation, which means this case is far from being cold.

The Pima County Sheriff's Department and Anne Arundel County Police Department are working together to bring justice to the Tilman family.

Our sister station in Maryland, WBAL, spoke with Megan's dad, Jim, Right after she went missing.

"I wake up every day not knowing if I'm going to see her again or how I'm going to see her," said Jim Tilman.  

He saw his worst nightmare come true a month later when investigations determined his 43-year old daughter was dead.

Now, William Rice Jr. and Christina Harnish are persons of interest in the case.

"So the victim, Megan Tilman was actually roommates with the two individuals prior to her disappearance and shortly after, they moved back to Tucson," said Deputy Marissa Hernandez of PCSD.  

According to WBAL, Rice told police Megan moved out of their Maryland townhome with an unknown man and they haven't seen or heard from her since.

 Sept. 26, 2017, was the last time family would ever hear from Megan Tilman.

"It has been two years since the incident actually occurred and so we are hoping that somebody may have information regarding this incident and hopefully we can get this case solved for the family," said Hernandez.  

Authorities need your help in solving this murder.

A $10,000 reward is being offered.

If you know anything about this case or know the couple who are "persons of interest," police want to talk to you. Call 9-1-1 or 88-CRIME to remain anonymous.

Allie Potter

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