BALTIMORE (WJZ)— The man who police say murdered his estranged wife and assaulted another woman in southeast Baltimore was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday.

Authorities say on June 29, 2013, Lukasz Szkiluk killed his wife, Karolina Derezinska-Szkiluk, inside their Baltimore home and attempted to assault a second victim, Judith Holland.

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Police say Holland was called over to the home where she was later assaulted by Lukasz Szkiluk. Authorities say Holland was strangled and knocked unconscious —eventually tied to a bed inside the home.

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Holland reported that once she gained consciousness she could hear Lukasz and his estranged wife arguing downstairs and then a loud “pop”.

Holland was able to call police while Szkiluk left the house. When they arrived on the scene, Holland was found tied to a bed and the body of Szkiluk’s estranged wife shot to death in the chest.

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Lukasz Szkiluk was sentenced to life in prison plus 10 years on Thursday.