PORTSMOUTH, Va. (AP) — A memorial service has been scheduled for Saturday afternoon to honor an actual property agent in Virginia‘s Hampton Roads area who police say was killed by a shopper who had simply purchased a home in Portsmouth.
The Virginian-Pilot stories that the memorial for Soren Arn-Oelschlegal, 41, of Norfolk shall be held in Virginia Seashore.
Police in Portsmouth mentioned they imagine that Arn-Oelschlegal was shot by Albert Baglione, 84, final Friday. Police mentioned that Baglione then turned the gun on himself.
Portsmouth police mentioned that officers had arrived on the home and have been advised by Baglione that he had killed his agent. Police mentioned that he had a weapon in his hand on the time.
Police mentioned Baglione then closed his door earlier than officers heard a gunshot. A SWAT staff later discovered Baglione and Arn-Oelschlegal useless inside.
The home was bought Oct. 4 for $160,000.
Arn-Oelschlegal was a longtime agent with Lengthy & Foster Actual Property in Suffolk. He had been Baglione’s agent and just lately posted concerning the sale to Baglione on social media.
Lengthy & Foster praised Arn-Oelschlegal in an announcement for his work and supplied condolences to his household.
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