BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Police say two suspects in the killing of 41-year-old Alexander Wroblewski Tuesday in Locust Point are in custody in Atlanta, Georgia.
A third suspect remains at-large.
Earlier Tuesday, police identified one of the suspects as 37-year-old Tonya Hayes, but said the other two remained unidentified at that time. They have since been identified as Tonya Hayes’ boyfriend and her son. Hayes and her boyfriend are the two that are in custody.
Wroblewski was shot in the stomach outside a Royal Farms Store near the new Anthem House apartment complex.
It was around 1:15 a.m. when officers responded to the 400 block of Lawrence Street. Wroblewski was transported to Shock Trauma where he died.
Police said Tuesday that he was buying a late night snack of milk and cookies after work, and that he paid for it with a large denomination bill. They say the suspects held the door for him as he left the store.
Friends tell WJZ Wroblewski was as genuine a person as they come. Back in April, he helped raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Our media partners at The Baltimore Sun report that Wroblewski recently told co-workers, amid a recent rash of crime, that if he was targeted he wouldn’t go down without a fight.
This is a developing story.