2 killed, 6 injured in Baltimore firebombing; police seek suspect

BALTIMORE, Md. -- Police are investigating a Saturday morning fire in East Baltimore as a firebombing after the incident killed two teens and injured six others, including two children aged 4 and 11, WDCW reported.

The fire was in a row house in the 1200 block of Greenmount Avenue in the Johnston Square neighborhood. The two teens were found dead on the third floor.

Police released video Sunday they say shows the suspect in a Saturday morning firebombing as he tossed an object toward the house that ultimately went up in flames.

Row house in the 1200 block of Greenmount Avenue.

Row house in the 1200 block of Greenmount Avenue.

The people in the 1200 block Greenmount Ave. row house at the time of the fire were:

A female, 38, who sustained non life-threatening injuries
A male, 11, non life-threatening injuries
A male, 4, non life-threatening injuries
A female, 17, non life-threatening injuries
A female, 16, non life-threatening injuries
A female, 20, life-threatening injuries (she jumped from the third level)

Authorities are seeking Antonio Wright, 26, on charges of arson and first degree murder.

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