Philadelphia police arrested two people Saturday suspected in the shooting death of 25-year-old Temple University graduate Milan Loncar as he walked his dog earlier this week, 6 ABC reports.
Police have not released details on the arrests yet and say they will do so as the investigation unfolds.
Video released Thursday shows two people blocking Loncar on the sidewalk at about 7 p.m. on Wednesday, reaching into his pockets, and then shooting him in the chest.
Authorities found Loncar on the ground, still holding onto his dog’s leash. First responders rushed him to the Temple University Hospital, but he was pronounced dead around 30 minutes later, as CrimeOnline previously reported.
On Friday, friends and family gathered at the spot where Loncar was shot down — just a block from his home — for a vigil.
“He was my soulmate, and I don’t think I have a plan anymore without him,” his girlfriend, Olivia Gorski, said.
Loncar’s mother and sister, Amy Lounsberry and Jelena Loncar, joined Gorski with a message for the killers.
“You’ve taken so much from us. You hurt the neighborhood,” said Lounsberry.
“It’s not just one life,” Jelena Loncar said.
“You’ve ruined hundreds of lives you don’t even know,” Gorski added.
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[Featured Photo: Milan Loncar/Family Handout via ABC 6]