Suspect in Facebook video murder case kills self in Pennsylvania - police | Reuters

The man who police said posted a video of himself on Facebook killing an elderly man shot and killed himself after a 'brief pursuit' by Pennsylvania State Police officers on Tuesday, police said.

Reuters April 18, 2017 21:33:08 IST
Suspect in Facebook video murder case kills self in Pennsylvania - police
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Suspect in Facebook video murder case kills self in Pennsylvania  police
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The man who police said posted a video of himself on Facebook killing an elderly man shot and killed himself after a "brief pursuit" by Pennsylvania State Police officers on Tuesday, police said.

Steve Stephens was accused of shooting Robert Godwin Sr. on a Cleveland sidewalk on Sunday before fleeing in a car and uploading a video of the murder to Facebook, becoming the subject of a nationwide manhunt.

(Reporting by Jonathan Allen; Editing by Dan Grebler)

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