Huge Reward Offered for Information on the "Facebook Killer"


The manhunt is intensifying and growing for the man Cleveland authorities say shot and killed an elderly father and grandfather then posted video of the shooting on Facebook.

Police have announced a $50,000 dollar reward for information on Steve Stephens. Authorities believe he chose 74-year-old Robert Godwin at random.

Shortly before the murder, Stephens laid out his motivation for the attack blaming a woman he was dating. Police say his phone last pinged in Pennsylvania.

"Our federal partners, our local partners have reached out to their contacts all over the country and this is what we would consider a national search," Calvin Williams, Cleveland Police Chief.

He was last seen driving a white Ford Fusion with temporary tags. They say he is considered armed and dangerous.
 


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