BRUNSWICK, GA. | On Dec. eight, Glynn County police drove to 873 Previous Jesup Street to verify on fifty seven-yr-previous Antoni Zalewski on the request of a frightened member of the family who lives out of state.
Zalewski was the chairman and founding father of Polsar, a Chicago actual property agency and had been in Brunswick three to 4 days to start renovating the nondescript, pale yellow home on Previous Jesup Street.
When police arrived simply earlier than 7 p.m., they discovered Zalewski lifeless of a gunshot wound, and investigators nonetheless haven’t any suspects in a criminal offense they consider is a homicide.
“We’ve acquired a lifeless man, and we don’t know why,” stated Sgt. Brian Scott, chief of employees of the Glynn County Police Division.
Zalewski’s enterprise was flipping homes, Scott stated, and police initially needed to talk with anybody who had been in touch with him together with anybody who had been by the home or purchased furnishings Zalewski was eradicating.
The home sits again from the more and more busy two-lane street. The ferns and different crops that have been lush and inexperienced when Zalewski was slain are all brown and drooping now, killed by a a number of current nights of arduous freezes.
Crime-scene tape hangs strung from the mailbox to a tree to a low chain-hyperlink fence.
Scott stated the world was not one recognized for a excessive crime price. It’s a mixture of a reasonably new subdivision, cellular houses and previous, nicely-tended homes with huge yards.
Investigators nonetheless need to speak with anybody who might present any type of clue be it private info on Zalewski, his enterprise or anything that could be related to his dying, Scott stated.
There’s a reward as much as $10,000 for info resulting in the arrest and conviction of whoever killed Zalewski, he stated.
Anybody with info is requested to name investigator Brandon Kondo at (912) 554-7802 or the Silent Witness line at (912) 264-1333.
Terry Dickson: (912) 264-0405