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Police Arrest Teen In Security Guard Shootings

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) —  Police have arrested a teen in connection with the shooting of two security guards last week.

It happened July 14 in the 2800-block of Mathews Street at the Oak Hill Apartments.

Keymo Tubias Martin Jr., 16, was arrested Monday by Warrant Apprehension Task Force detectives on an attempted first-degree murder warrant in relation to his role in the shooting.

He is currently being held without bail at Central Booking. 

The 32-year-old female victim in the incident has been released from the hospital but is expected to have additional surgeries related to the damage her eye sustained. The 38-year-old male victim in the incident remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition.

An additional suspect is sought in conjunction with the incident. He is described as a black male, possibly in his 20s, 5’7″-5’9”, average build, light complexion, short haircut, clothed in a blue-and-white striped Polo shirt and blue jeans. He is to be considered armed and dangerous.

 The Baltimore Police is asking for help in apprehending the suspect. If located, do not approach him but immediately call 911.

Anyone with information concerning the incident is strongly urged to contact the Northern District Detective Unit at 410-367-3105.

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