BALTIMORE - Baltimore City Police identified a man who was shot to death outside of a Mt. Vernon bed and breakfast Friday morning.
Police said the man who died is 40 year-old Joseph Alexander Ulrich, Jr. He is from Smithsburg, Maryland but was living at 917 N. Calvert Street. Apparently he was friends with the other shooting victim.
Larry Peterson , the second victim, remains in critical but stable condition at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Police describe the shooter as an average height black male with a medium build who was wearing dark clothes and a black ball cap. The second suspect is described as a short, heavy set black female wearing dark clothing and a skull cap. Police said the shooting may have been an attempted robbery.
Officials with the Baltimore Police Department said the shooting at the Empire House located at 9 East Chase Street occurred just before 4 a.m. Friday. The two victims were taken to a local hospital where Ulrich died later in the day.
Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Baltimore City Police at 410-396-2100.
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