Virginia realtor killed by a man unhappy with his new home in an apparent homicide-suicide case
A Virginia realtor was killed by an 84-year-old man unhappy with his new home in what police ruled as s homicide-suicide case.
41-year-old realtor with Long & Foster, Soren Arn-Oelschlegel, was gunned down by one of his clietns, Albert Baglione on Friday in his recently purchased Portsmouth home. Right away after the murder, Baglione called 911 to report about what had happened.
“I shot my realtor,” the man told the dispatcher.
When the officers arrived at the scene they saw the unhappy buyer with a weapon. A moment later a gunshot rang.
The bodies of both men were then discovered.
According to the news reports, Arn-Oelschlegel allegedly never met Baglione before. The realtor went over to Baglione’s home on Bolling Road to help the new homeowner who he was unhappy with his purchase one day after he bought the house.
“He bought the house sight unseen from Alabama, moved in here Thursday and called a real estate agent Friday to return the house,” the neighbor told WTKR.
The investigation is ongoing.