INDIANAPOLIS — The owner of a sports memorabilia business was shot to death outside his Indianapolis home during an apparent robbery.

WXIN-TV reports that Andrew J. “Drew” Schwier, 26, died from his wounds Thursday evening.

Schwier owned Vintage 317, which sold and resold sports memorabilia. He was also a member of the Brickyard Battalion, a booster group for the Indy Eleven soccer team.

The team will hold a moment of silence for Schwier before Wednesday’s game.

The Greenfield Daily Reporter reports that witnesses told police they saw people fleeing the area and a car rushing from the scene after gunshots were fired. Police say Schwier died from multiple gunshots.

Police are investigating whether the crime had anything to do with Schwier’s business.

Information from: WXIN-TV,

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