An 84-year-old man allegedly killed his Virginiarealtor after buying a home sight unseen then killed himself final week after police arrived, police stated. 

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

Baglione then shut his door and officers heard a gunshot. After organising a fringe, a SWAT workforce discovered him lifeless inside from an obvious self-inflicted gunshot wound, the discharge stated. Arn-Oelschlegel was additionally discovered lifeless inside from a gunshot wound. 

A neighbor informed WTKR-TV in Norfolk, Virginia, Baglione had solely lived in the home for a couple of days after shopping for it with out ever seeing it and wished to return it.

“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 informed. 


Baglione “said it didn’t look the same as it did in the pictures,” his neighbor informed the newspaper. “He told his son he was unhappy and that he was going to talk to his agent about it.”

Baglione had reportedly referred to as his son to admit to the alleged homicide.

Police haven’t given an official motive. 

Friends of Arn-Oelschlegel, who labored for Long & Foster Real Estate in Suffolk, Virginia, had been left shocked by his demise. 

“I literally had to read it four to five times and was like, ‘This does not make sense,'” Rudy Almanzor, president of Hampton Roads Pride, informed WTKR. “We are here to build up the community, and one of our building blocks is missing.”

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

Almanzor referred to as him “vibrant.” 

“He always had tons of energy,” he informed the station. “I never saw him not smiling, laughing, and wanting to have fun. He worked hard, played hard.” 

The 750-square-foot single-story dwelling was purchased on Oct. 4 for $160,000, the Virginian-Pilot reported. Baglione had seen it in an internet itemizing and paid money earlier than setting foot inside, in line with the newspaper. 

Arn-Oelschlegel reportedly wrote in regards to the sale on Facebook on Oct. 5. “Congratulations to my out of town buyer. I’m so happy I was able to find him a home that fit his needs.”

Long & Foster launched an announcement on Wednesday about his demise. 

“Our Long & Foster family is devastated by the tragic loss of our beloved colleague and friend, Soren Arn-Oelschlegel. His loss will be felt not only across our company, but also the greater real estate community and Hampton Roads region.”