DC police are looking for a person interested in the murder of a Baltimore man

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Investigators are searching for the suspect who killed a Baltimore man in Washington, DC. Aryeh Wolf, 25, of Baltimore, was fatally shot in the 5100 block of Call Place SE on Wednesday afternoon. Family and friends describe Wolf as a selfless man, a dedicated volunteer counselor at a camp for children living with a serious illness. “The suspect approached him, fired several shots and fled the area,” said Cpt. Kevin Kentish of the Metropolitan Police in DC Investigators still have no motive for the shooting. They are seeking the public’s help in identifying an individual seen in surveillance video. Wolf was an orthodox Jew. Family and friends gathered for his funeral on Thursday. According to a publication called Yeshiva World, Wolf was a loving family man who leaves behind a wife and a 6-month-old child. In the words of a family member, “He was the kind of person that every parent prays for their child to grow up as a dedicated volunteer. He worked so hard and gave so much of himself to help children in the community and as a counselor at our children’s cancer camp,” Daniel said. “Aryeh Wolf was a star for the Mid-Atlantic Chai Lifeline office, and when we lose his optimism and when we lose his selfless devotion and commitment to our children, it is a great loss, devastating.” The Metropolitan Police in DC distributed a photo of a person of interest appearing on surveillance video near the crime scene Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 202-727-9099 There is a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

Investigators are searching for the suspect who killed a Baltimore man in Washington, DC

Aryeh Wolf, 25, of Baltimore, was fatally shot in the 5100 block of Call Place SE on Wednesday afternoon.

Family and friends describe Wolf as a selfless man, a dedicated volunteer counselor at a camp for seriously ill children.

Wolf was in DC on business to install solar panels on an apartment building.

“The suspect approached him, fired several shots and fled the area,” said Cpt. Kevin Kentish of the DC Metropolitan Police

Investigators do not yet have a motive for the shooting. They are seeking the public’s help in identifying an individual they have been spotted in surveillance video.

Wolf was an orthodox Jew. Family and friends gathered for his funeral on Thursday.

According to a publication called Yeshiva World, Wolf was a loving family man who leaves behind a wife and a 6-month-old child.

In the words of one family member, “He was the kind of person that every parent prays for their child to grow up.”

WBAL-TV 11 News spoke Thursday afternoon with Racheli Daniel, director of Chai Lifeline Mid-Atlantic, an international child health support network that Wolf would volunteer with.

“Aryeh was a dedicated volunteer. He has worked so hard and given so much of himself to help children in the community and as a counselor at our children’s cancer camp,” said Daniel. “Aryeh Wolf was a star for the Mid-Atlantic Chai Lifeline office and when we lose his optimism and when we lose his selfless devotion and commitment to our children, it is a great loss, devastating.”

The Metropolitan Police in DC distributed a photo of a person of interest who was captured on surveillance video near the crime scene.

Those with leads are asked to call police at 202-727-9099. There is a $25,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

Metropolitan Police Department

The Metropolitan Police in DC distributed a photo of a person of interest who was captured on surveillance video near the crime scene.

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