Police locate car in connection with triple-homicide on Ada Avenue

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CLEVELAND  – Police have located the 2007 Red Chevy Tahoe connected to the triple-homicide on Ada Avenue. 

Police received the call around 7:30 p.m. on Sunday.

The vehicle does belong to a victim, but police did not confirm which one. The car was unoccupied when police arrived at an apartment complex at 24101 Lakeshore Blvd.

26-year-old K’yara Artis, 76-year-old Melvin Johnson and one other person were found dead after concerned residents called Cleveland police Friday and asked them to perform a welfare check on their neighbors who hadn’t been seen in a couple of days.

When officers arrived to Ada Avenue, they say there were no overt signs of a forced entry, but inside the house police found three people dead from apparent gunshot wounds. Two of the victims were upstairs and the third was downstairs.

Watch Fox 8’s Suzanne Stratford’s original report on this case: