Officers canvas East 92nd Street for leads in quadruple murder

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CLEVELAND- It's been almost two weeks since the horrific East 92nd Street murders and police have little leads.

Law enforcement officials gathered Wednesday morning to intensify the search for the killer. More than 50 police officers, FBI, and sheriff's deputies canvassed the neighborhood around East 92nd Street in Cleveland.

"The case has been quite a challenge. Our only witness to this horrible crime was a 9-year-old little girl, who was also a victim," said Deputy Police Chief Ed Tomba.

On Nov. 21, a masked gunman entered a home at 1443 East 92nd St. and shot three people inside.

Soon after, a mother pulled up to the house in a van with her two kids and sent the 9-year-old girl into the house to retrieve some clothing. The girl was met by a masked gunman who shot her in the chest, exited the home and then shot her pregnant mother several times.

"You had a mother that was in her car with her seatbelt on. She was 28 weeks pregnant and was shot multiple times, and did not survive that, along with her baby. And then her 9-year-old daughter has to carry the scars for the rest of her life,” Tomba said.

There was also a 2-year-old in the back seat of that van.

"Right now, homicide detectives are reprocessing the scene and taking 360 photo images of the inside of the home," Tomba said.

After a quick briefing at about 10:45 a.m. Monday, law enforcement took off in different groups to canvass the neighborhood for about six blocks in both directions.

"No piece of information is insignificant to us," Tomba said.

A $25,000 reward is being offered help identify who is responsible for the deaths of four people.

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