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Cleveland Police Investigating Homicide That Was Broadcast on Facebook Live

Cleveland Police Investigating Homicide That Was Broadcast on Facebook Live

Cleveland police are engaged in a manhunt for a suspect they say killed a person live on Facebook and bragged about having committed many other homicides.

He is considered armed and unsafe.

Cleveland police are searching for a suspect they said killed a man and broadcast it on Facebook Live Sunday.

The shooting happened on East 93 Street just south of the Interstate 90 in the city's Glenville neighborhood, Cleveland police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia said, told the Plain Dealer. He has a full beard. Authorities say he is a black male who is 6-foot 1-inch and weighs 244 pounds. Authorities believe he may be driving a white or cream-colored SUV.

Video of the murder was posted at 2 p.m. but soon taken down. Armed and unsafe. If seen call 9-1-1.

This is a developing story.

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