Police in hunt for man who committed Mass Murder on Facebook live


 Cleveland Police have identified a man named Steve Stephens who broadcasted a live video on Facebook, Easter Sunday in which he went on a killing rampage and also bragging about killing other people.

 The video which has been taken down by Facebook shows the suspect taking to an elderly man which he then pulls out a gun and shoots the man point blank in the head. 


 The Cleveland Police confirmed the elderly man who was killed to be Robert Godwin, 74 years and are yet to verify Stephens claim to have committed multiple homicide. "There no other victims that we know of," Cleveland Police said in a news conference.

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 The Cleveland newspaper reported that Stephens had changed his Facebook status on several occasions saying that he had killed over 15 people and that he is facing problems in his relationship with a woman named Lane and other of his family members.

 Police Authorities described Stephens as black, 6 feet, 1 inch tall, weighing 244 pounds, bald with full beard. He was last seen wearing a black or dark blue and gray stripped polo shirt and was driving a white Ford Fusion with temporary tag of E363630.  The Police are asking anyone who sees the white ford or the suspect to call 911.

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