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Cops hunt man who shot and killed a man on Facebook Live

Cops hunt man who shot and killed a man on Facebook Live

He also allegedly claimed to have killed other people.

The murder happened on East 93rd in Cleveland. He is considered armed and unsafe and civilians are advised not to approach him.

Police say Stephens shot and killed the man Sunday.

Cleveland police are investigating a homicide they say was broadcast on the Facebook Live video streaming service. He has a full beard.

Police in Cleveland are looking for a man who broadcast a homicide on Facebook Live, according to WOIO. They say he's armed and risky Police are asking people who see him to call 911. Wearing dark blue and grey or black striped polo shirt. Authorities believe he may be driving a white or cream-colored SUV.

The video remained up on Facebook for almost three hours before it was taken down. Armed and risky. If seen call 9-1-1.

This is a developing story which will be updated.

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