Transcript for Manhunt underway for a man Baltimore police are calling 'public enemy No. 1'
Now to the hunt for an alleged arsonist. A man Baltimore police are calling public enemy number one. He's accused of firebombing a home, igniting a blaze that killed two teenagers and sent young children to the hospital. Police say it was a revenge attack. Here's Maggie Rulli. Reporter: Tonight, an urgent manhunt for the arsonist accused of firebombing this apartment. We've got a fire showing, third floor. Reporter: Baltimore firefighters arriving on Saturday morning to the home engulfed in fast-moving flames. Investigators claim the fire set to target someone inside. Police say this surveillance video shows the suspect throwing two molotov cocktails into the building. All units approach with caution. Children jumping outside. Reporter: The heat, so intense that one women leapt from the top floor to escape. She's still in critical condition. Two teenagers killed, six others injured, including two small children. He didn't care that the kids were in those homes. He just knew that there were people inside that home that he wanted to kill. Reporter: Baltimore police believe they've identified the suspect as Antonio Wright. Now calling him public enemy number one. How dangerous is this man? He remains a clear and present danger to our community. Reporter: The commissioner says evidence shows the arsonist used accelerants to create as much damage as possible. Police are still searching for a motive. One possible connection, a nonfatal shooting in this neighborhood a couple of nights ago. The victim of that shooting ran into the apartment that was firebombed. Tom? Maggie, thank you.
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