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Officials say the 84-year-old man shot and killed a real estate agent who committed suicide because he was upset with his home in Virginia because he bought it without seeing it.

Albert Bagliona, who bought an octogenaric new home at his home in Portsmouth on Friday night, 41, then called 911 and confessed, “I shot my realtor.”

When officials arrived, they spoke to Baglione, who was holding a gun, police said.

Albert Bagliona killed realtor Soren Arn-Olschlegel at his newly acquired home in Portsmouth on Octogenar.

Minutes later, officials heard gunshots and found the bodies of both men, police said.

Arn-Oelschlegel, who sold the Long & Foster homes, allegedly never met Bagliona and went to the house on Bolling Road because she was unhappy with the purchase.

The neighbor said Bagliona had moved into the camp just the day before.

“He bought an invisible house in Alabama, moved here on Thursday and called a real estate agent on Friday to return the house,” a neighbor told WTKR.

Police are investigating allegations of strange homicide and suicide at home.

Soren Arn-Oelschlegel
Arn-Oelschlegel was a dedicated member of the local nonprofit organization LGBTQ.
Soren Arn-Oelschlegel
Arn-Oelschlegel sold Long & Foster homes.

Arn-Oelschlegel was remembered by other members of the LGBTQ nonprofit Hampton Roads Pride, where he volunteered for more than a decade.

“The LGBTQ community of Hampton Roads has lost a living person [who’s] difficult to replace, ”President Rudi Almanzor told WTKR.

“He always had a ton of energy. I’ve never seen him smile, laugh and want to relax. He worked hard, played hard,” he added.

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