BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- The parents of Sabastian Dvorak are appealing to the public to help them find their son’s killer. “We love you Sebastian, we’re going to miss you dearly, dearly, dearly,” said David Dvorak.
It may feel like a nightmare for Dvorak and Lisa Richard, but for these two parents, their story is real. "It's incomprehensible, it's unfair, it makes me angry, it makes me sad and it makes me numb all at the same time," said Richard, Sebastian’s mother.
Someone shot and killed Dvorak just before 3 o’clock Tuesday morning, June 13. Police say he was walking along Boston Street in Canton when he was shot during an apparent robbery.
His parents say he was walking home from dinner with friends that fateful day, after celebrating his 27th birthday.
"He was incredibly loved, and he was incredibly kind and giving in his friendships," said Richard.
Dvorak was a local bartender with many friends, they say. Wednesay afternoon, police cadets and officers were back where the shooting happened handing out flyers, stopping at businesses and homes, looking for information as they search for Dvorak’s killer.
"Disbelief, a little bit of anger.” That’s how one friend said she was feeling as she and others sat outside Richard’s home Wednesday. They call what happened to Sebastian, horrific and unimaginable.
His parents simply call it, something painful. Fighting back tears, Dvorak said, "I'm sorry, I feel anger and sorrow that our child was lost this way."
Anyone with information is asked to call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100, text a tip to police at 443-902-4824 or call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7-LOCK-UP.