Posted to the StarTribune earlier this evening: Man shot, killed in Minneapolis home
A 25-year-old man who recently landed a new job at Ameriprise Financial and was engaged to be married was shot to death in his south Minneapolis home overnight, and police tracked a bloody trail from the crime scene in pursuit of the killer.
Shea Stremcha may have been killed after interrupting a burglary, but Police Sgt. Stephen McCarty said that "at this point in the investigation it is too early to rule out all other possible motives."
Shea graduated from Northfield High School in 2004. For many years, he worked at Witt Bros Service with his uncles, Mark Witt and Mike Witt. He’s survived by his parents, Jeffrey and Leanne Stremcha and his siblings, Jesse and Amanda.
Shea’s public LinkedIn profile has information about his work and education background.