Residents urged to be on alert for Facebook murder suspect

Police say they have not verified any other shootings or deaths.

During the video posted on Facebook, Stephens was wearing his work badge for behavioral health agency Beech Brook.

"We are shocked and horrified like everyone else", said Nancy Kortemeyer, a spokeswoman for Beech Brook.

Whereabouts: The Dayton Daily News reports that Stephens was last seen south of Interstate 90 in the area of East 93rd in Cleveland.

Cleveland State University has told its students and staff to "shelter in place" from Sunday's incident. In a separate video, Stephens says he has also killed more than a dozen other people.

"Not because he needed the money, it was just something he did", said 52-year-old Debbie Godwin. Williams said the family is in the process of setting up an official GoFundMe page that will be released later Monday through the police department.

"This is a horrific crime and we do not allow this kind of content on Facebook", a Facebook spokesperson told Buzzfeed.

Godwin was a retired foundry worker and was apparently shot by Stephens while out collecting aluminium cans in a plastic shopping bag.

Police are warning that the suspect should be considered armed and unsafe.

They say Stephens may have left OH, and they're urging people in Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and MI to be on the lookout.

If you see the suspect, call 911.

Steve "Stevie Steve" Stephens (the suspect was identified by this name) could have left the state of Ohio.

In between videos, Stephens posted other updates, saying "This sh** is real", and "I just killed another that makes 13".

Police have warned residents of Pennsylvania, New York, Indiana and MI to be on the lookout for Stephens, .

"He is considered armed and unsafe, so we want people to be careful out there", Williams said. He was last seen wearing a dark-striped polo shirt and driving a white, newer-model Ford Fusion with OH temporary tag E363630.

This story has been corrected to show that Mayor Frank Jackson, not Police Chief Calvin Williams, urged Stephens to turn himself in and not to "do anymore harm to anybody".

Authorities on the hunt for a suspect who they say fatally shot an elderly Cleveland man in a gruesome video posted on Facebook say his last known location was at the shooting site.

Detectives spoke with Stephens on Sunday by cellphone and tried to persuade him to surrender, police said. Williams said the only way to help Stephens is to give police the information to bring him in peacefully.

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