Edmond St. Clair murder: New evidence to be released Wednesday

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Investigators on the Eastern Shore say they'll release new evidence in the stabbing death of a University of Maryland Eastern Shore student that happened during Homecoming weekend in February.

St. Clair, 21, was stabbed and killed during a fight on the Princess Anne campus. Photo: ABC7/YouTube

Edmond St. Clair, a 21-year-old student at the Princess Anne school, was stabbed and killed during a fight on campus on Feb. 16.

The Severn native was taken to a Salisbury hospital, where he later died.

Police do not believe the stabbing was a random act of violence. Officials say that St. Clair and several family members were driving across campus when a group of young men blocked the road.

There was an argument, during which police say St. Clair was stabbed and killed. A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest.

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