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Virginia realtor killed in ruin-suicide by client who correct bought home, police disclose

An 84-year-regular man allegedly killed his Virginia realtor after shopping a dwelling discover unseen then killed himself final week after police arrived, police acknowledged. 

Albert A. Baglione, 84, told responding officers in Portsmouth, Virginia, final Friday that he had fatally shot his realtor Soren Arn-Oelschlegel, 41, the Portsmouth Police Department acknowledged in a launch. He modified into armed when officers opened the door. 

Baglione then shut his door and officers heard a gunshot. After constructing a fringe, a SWAT team found him useless interior from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot damage, the launch acknowledged. Arn-Oelschlegel modified into also found useless interior from a gunshot damage. 

A neighbor told WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, Baglione had most attention-grabbing lived within the dwelling for about a days after buying it with out ever seeing it and wanted to shut aid it.

“He sold the dwelling discover unseen from Alabama, moved in right here Thursday, and called an real estate agent Friday to shut aid the dwelling,” the neighbor told. 

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Baglione “acknowledged it didn’t interrogate the related to it did within the photography,” his neighbor told the newspaper. “He told his son he modified into wretched and that he modified into going to confer along with his agent about it.”

Baglione had reportedly called his son to admit to the alleged ruin.

Police hang now not given an legit motive. 

Company of Arn-Oelschlegel, who worked for Long & Foster Exact Estate in Suffolk, Virginia, were left apprehensive by his loss of life. 

“I actually needed to be taught it four to 5 occasions and modified into esteem, ‘This does now not develop sense,'” Rudy Almanzor, president of Hampton Roads Pride, told WTKR. “We’re right here to receive the neighborhood, and one among our building blocks is missing.”

Arn-Oelschlegel had been a member of Hampton Roads Pride for years. 

Almanzor called him “vibrant.” 

“He steadily had a full bunch vitality,” he told the build of residing. “I never saw him now not smiling, laughing, and attempting to hang relaxing. He worked now not easy, executed now not easy.” 

The 750-sq.-foot single-memoir home modified into sold on Oct. 4 for $160,000, the Virginian-Pilot reported. Baglione had viewed it in a web-based itemizing and paid cash earlier than atmosphere foot interior, per the newspaper. 

Arn-Oelschlegel reportedly wrote in regards to the sale on Fb on Oct. 5. “Congratulations to my out of town purchaser. I’m so cosy I modified into ready to receive him a home that match his wants.”

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Long & Foster released an announcement on Wednesday about his loss of life. 

“Our Long & Foster household is devastated by the tragic loss of our appreciated colleague and intensely most attention-grabbing friend, Soren Arn-Oelschlegel. His loss will be felt now not most attention-grabbing one day of our company, but also the greater real estate neighborhood and Hampton Roads build.” 

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