$10K reward offered in murder of Sebastian Dvorak

Posted at 12:02 PM, Jun 20, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-20 17:25:38-04

One person can affect hundreds -- that's what family and friends said about 27-year-old Sebastian Dvorak's young, yet impactful, life. 

"He was just a phenomenal guy full of adventure, full of life. He was the life of the party and we're going to miss him so much," Margie Donlon, Sebastian's cousin, said. 

But sadly, one bullet can impact hundreds as well. 

Sebastian was shot and killed last week in Canton heading home from the bars after celebrating his birthday just two days prior. 

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"I'm a physician and I see a lot of death. I see a lot illness, but this is really the first time it's hit so close that there's a sickness in society that is really tragic what happened," Donlon said. 

Countless people filled a cathedral Tuesday morning saying their final goodbyes to their beloved 'Seabass.'

"He was just such a bright light. He was so witty, so intelligent. He had so many friends, the kids loved him." Darcy Ballard, a family friend, said. 

That love is what's puzzling not only family, but Baltimore police as to why someone would not only rob, but shoot and kill Sebastian. 

Investigators released surveillance video of two men they believe are responsible. 

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"He kept us laughing the entire time and we were angry with him sometimes when he wouldn't get up until 1 o'clock in the afternoon, but that was ok. That was his style," Ballard said. 

The loveable Sebastian, the bright spot, who was as easy-going as he was adventurous, and now a void in the lives of so many.

"Everybody loved him. He loved everybody and it's just a real loss, especially so young. We're going to miss him a lot," Donlon said. 

Metro Crime Stoppers is now offering $10,000 for information in the death of 27-year-old Sebastian Dvorak.

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No arrests have been made. Anyone with information is asked to call Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.