UPDATE: Man wanted in Baltimore firebombing turns himself in

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BALTIMORE, MD — The man wanted in the firebombing of a Baltimore home that killed two and injured six others turned himself in Monday afternoon.

The Baltimore Sun reports, the surrender was live-streamed on Facebook as Antonio Wright said he was innocent.

Police say, Wright, 26, threw two Molotov cocktails into a home in the 1200 block of Greenmount Avenue, early Saturday morning.

Wright has been charged with two counts of murder and six counts of attempted murder. Baltimore police named him “Public Enemy No. 1” and offered a $12,000 reward for his capture.

Shi-heem Sholto, 19, and Tyrone James, 17, died in the fire, and a woman remains in critical condition after jumping from a third story window. A 4-year-old girl was also among those injured.

A woman who identifies herself as Wright’s wife on Facebook live-streamed his surrender to police on Greenmount Avenue. The Baltimore Sun reports the woman has been posting messages on Facebook since the weekend, saying he’s innocent.