“Avery Miller Identified as Suspect in Killing of Aryeh Wolf”

By | August 12, 2023



The body found in Washington, D.C. has been identified as Avery Miller, the man suspected of killing Orthodox Jewish father Aryeh Wolf in August 2022. Wolf’s family believed the killing was motivated by hate. Miller had evaded capture after shooting at officers in September 2022. The remains were discovered in Fort Chaplin Park in April. Wolf’s wife expressed her devastation and love for him in a letter read at his funeral. JewishPress reported

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The individual believed to be responsible for the shooting and death of Aryeh Wolf, a 25-year-old Orthodox Jewish father from Baltimore on August 10, 2022, has been identified as Avery Miller.

The human remains discovered in Washington, D.C. several months ago have now been positively identified as those of the suspected shooter who killed Aryeh Wolf, a 25-year-old Orthodox Jewish father from Baltimore, on August 10, 2022.
At the time of the incident, Wolf was working on installing solar panels in the southern part of Washington. The motive for the killing remains unknown, as no possessions were taken from Wolf, who was the father of a six-month-old daughter. According to media reports, Wolf’s family believed that the killing was motivated by hatred.
Avery Miller, who was 27 years old, was the primary suspect in the case. In September 2022, Miller fired shots at police officers but managed to escape capture. A reward of $55,000 was offered for information leading to his arrest.

This week, the D.C. Police announced that the remains found in Fort Chaplin Park on April 4 have been positively identified as the body of Avery Miller.
Racheli Daniel, the director of Chai Lifeline Mid-Atlantic, where Wolf volunteered, stated to Washington’s News4 that he was a “generous, fun, warm person who attracted others towards him. The children adored him, and the other volunteers held him in high regard. His loss has created a significant void.”
During Wolf’s funeral, a letter was read on behalf of his wife, who was unable to speak. The letter expressed disbelief, stating, “There is no way this can be real.” It further conveyed the deep love and appreciation Wolf’s wife had for him, saying, “You supported me when no one else could. My heart is now filled with an immense void that only your love can fill. Two and a half years with you will never be enough.”

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