Dad calls death of Cleveland 16-year-old ‘sad for the city’

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CLEVELAND-- A grieving father spoke out about the death of his missing teenage son.

Alexander Mullins, 16, was last seen on Nov. 9 at Washington Park High School. His body was discovered in an abandoned house on East 54th Street on Sunday.

alexander-mullins1Henry Mullins calls what happened, "Sad for the city, sad for the neighborhood." Mullins said his son was, "Loved and appreciated by his family."

His father said he believes a juvenile is likely to blame for the deadly gunshot and his message to that person is simple: "Good luck."

Henry Mullins said he's a roofer, not an investigator. He said he's waiting for police to come up with answers to all the questions about his son's death.

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