By Kristina Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police say an arrest has been made in connection with the murder of an elderly man in Southwest Philadelphia last week.

Eighteen-year-old Quintis Clark turned himself in at police headquarters late Monday.

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Police say on May 31, they responded to the 6300 block of Theodore Street and found a broken window and unlocked door.

Upon entering the property, they found the homeowner, Joseph Daly, 78, unresponsive on the living room floor with a pool of blood next to his head.

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The victim’s vehicle was also missing, but was recovered two days later at Griscom and Oxford Avenue.

Several days later, police obtained an arrest warrant for Quintis Clark.

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Officials say Clark has been charged with murder, criminal conspiracy, robbery, burglary, theft and related offenses.