GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WUSA9) -- Police are investigating a murder/suicide incident which left three people dead in Md.
According to initial investigations, the suspect, who is a Baltimore police officer had a relationship with the female victim, police said.
The incident happened at a home on Sunday at around 1:35 a.m. on the 1100 block of Armistead Road. Police found two men and one female suffering from gunshot wounds inside the home. The suspect, Christopher Lee Robinson, 37, a Baltimore police officer is suspected to have shot the two victims. The male victim has been identified as Andrew Scott Hoffman, 27 who was with the Baltimore City Fire Department. The female victim is 26-year-old, Marie Leanne Edith Hartman, officials said.
In a statement, police officials said, "I was saddened to hear about the tragic events that unfolded this morning in Glen Burnie. This situation became even more personal when we learned that one of the victims, Andrew "Andy" Hoffman was a hero we saluted, not for his work as a fireman/paramedic, but for his humanism. He is the man that found little "Paulie" Marshall a few months ago. As you may remember, three-year old Paulie walked out of his home in the middle of the night. Mr. Hoffman was the kind citizen that stopped and helped reunite Paulie with his family.On behalf of the men and women of the Anne Arundel County Police Department, we offer our heartfelt condolences to the Hoffman family. Their loved one's recent act of kindness averted a tragedy, and our entire community owes him a debt of gratitude. Our thoughts are also with the Hartman and Robinson families for the senseless loss of their loved ones."
Police are investigating the case but they believe it a domestic incident.