Unsolved Murder Of Ta'nia Baker Haunts Florida Community (FDLE)

Unsolved Execution-Style Murder Of Georgia Woman Ta’nia Baker Haunts Florida Community

Unsolved Murder Of Ta'nia Baker Haunts Florida Community (FDLE)
Unsolved Murder Of Ta’nia Baker Haunts Florida Community (FDLE)

Four years have passed since the tragic murder of Tania Baker in Springfield, Florida, and the case remains unsolved.

The 21-year-old mother was gunned down in front of her 8-month-old son on January 10, 2020, outside her grandmother’s home.

Despite extensive investigations, no arrests have been made, leaving the community and Baker’s family desperate for answers.

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The circumstances surrounding Baker’s death are particularly chilling. She had just secured her son in his car seat when she was shot four times in an apparent execution-style killing.

Witnesses reported hearing gunshots but saw no sign of the perpetrator. Investigators believe the murder was personal, as the killer seemed to know Baker’s routine and movements.

Baker’s family and friends in both Florida and her hometown in Gwinnett County, Georgia, are devastated by the loss and frustrated by the lack of progress in the case.

Investigators have explored various leads and interviewed potential witnesses, but no concrete evidence has emerged.

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The Springfield Police Department remains committed to solving this case and bringing justice to Tania Baker and her family. They urge anyone with information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to come forward.

Anonymous tips can be made to Crime Stoppers by calling 850-785-TIPS, or directly to the Springfield Police Department.

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