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2 Pa. Residents Arrested In Dover Homicide Case

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Surveillance photo released by Dover Police Surveillance photo released by Dover Police
DOVER, Del. -

Police in Dover have made two arrests in Pennsylvania in connection with a homicide case that started Monday with a report of an abduction and home invasion.

Dover Police say they received a call Monday from the woman, who said she had been taken from a home on the 100 block of Acorn Lane and then released unharmed. The woman told police that a man inside the home had been assaulted.

Police say that man, Michael Gklotsos, was dead when they found him inside of the home. His death was ruled a homicide by a medical examiner.

A photograph of a driver described as a "person of interest" in the investigation was also released by authorities.

Police said it was Tuesday night when they were able to identify the driver in the photo as 20-year-old Joshua Lemonick of Newtown, Pa.

According to investigators, Lemonick and his girlfriend, Angeline Terek, 23, of Bristol Township, Pa., had ties to the Dover area and knew the victim.

Through their continued investigation, police said they were able to obtain an arrest warrant for both suspects on Murder, Home Invasion, Robbery, Kidnapping and other offenses.

Both Lemonick and Terek were reported to be in police custody by Wednesday afternoon.

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