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Albert Baglione
Søren Arn-Oelschlegel

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A Virginia real estate agent was killed by one of his clients after buying a home without seeing himself in what is known as a murder-suicide.

Søren Arn-Oelschlegel, 41, was shot dead by Albert Baglione, 84, on Friday. Portsmouth City Police arrived at a house on Bolling Road and found Baglione, who claimed he was armed and killed Arn-Oelschlegel.

Baglione returned to this house. Shortly afterwards, the officers heard a shot.

Then a SWAT team entered the building and discovered that he had committed suicide and found Baglione and Arn-Oelschlegel dead.

A neighbor told reporters that Baglione, an Alabama resident, signed a contract to buy the house where he was found. He signed the certificate without seeing it and was dissatisfied with himself.

Arn-Oelschlegel was on his way home because Baglione had called him angrily and wanted to give him back. He tried to reassure Baglione about the purchase.

The real estate agent has been remembered as a committed member by the local LGBTQ community.

“We are sad to announce to our Hampton Roads Pride family that Søren Arn-Oelschlegel, our brother, friend, member and volunteer, was shot and killed yesterday, Friday, October 8, 2021,” wrote the local non-profit organization Hampton. Road Pride on their Facebook page. “Our love and support goes to Soren’s family and friends as we strive to understand this devastating loss. Soren’s kind and generous spirit left us too soon.”

Rudy Almanzor, president of Hampton Roads Pride, said Arn-Oelschlegel was an important part of the group.

`He always had a lot of energy. I’ve never seen him without smiling, laughing, and having fun. He worked hard, he played hard, ”said Arn-Oelschlegels Almanzor.

Hampton Roads Pride is holding a candlelight vigil for Arn-Oelschlegel on Thursday evening.

“I literally had to read it four or five times and thought, ‘That doesn’t make any sense,” said Almanzor. “We’re here to build a community and one of our building blocks is missing.”

The Portsmouth Major Crimes Unit is still investigating the case.