Investigators move four homes in Pike County murders to preserve crime scenes

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PIKE COUNTY, Ohio– The homes where eight people were murdered in Pike County are being moved to preserve the crime scenes.

On Thursday, crews began relocating the four mobile homes, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader said. The move was authorized by the court and is expected to take several days.

The mobile homes will be kept at a secure location in Waverly.

Eight members of the Rhoden family, from 19 to 44 years old, were shot and killed on April 22. Many of the victims suffered multiple gunshot wounds. Three children, ages 4 days, 6 months and 3 years, survived the mass murder.

Anyone with information or video related to the case should call 855-BCI-OHIO or 740-947-2111.

Continuing coverage of the Pike County murders here