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CLEVELAND (WJW) –  A family whose 13-year-old daughter was killed at the end of a 2019 police chase is now saying goodbye to another child.

The sister of Tamia Chappman, 18-year-old Torionne Chappman, was killed over the weekend in Cleveland.

A reward is now being offered.

Police said, just before midnight on Saturday, they were called to the 19000 block of Nottingham Road. At the scene, officers found three people shot inside of a vehicle. Two were pronounced dead at the scene, including 19-year-old Charles Moore. The third victim was taken to the hospital.

According to officials, it appears two unidentified men pulled up to the victim’s vehicle and then fired a “high number of rounds” at the victims. The suspects then fled the scene.

The Chappman family attorney released the following statement: “Torionne was a fun and loving young adult in an amazing family.  She was hardworking and thoughtful in everything that she did.  She struggled with the loss of her sister Tamia Chappman.  The family appreciates the prayers and support of this community. The Chappman is strong.

Tamia Chappman

Just last week, the family submitted a $20 million settlement demand to the city for the death of Tamia Chappman.

In 2019, Cleveland police were investigating a west side carjacking and pursued a stolen vehicle across town and into East Cleveland. Tamia, known as Mimi to her family, was standing on the sidewalk on Euclid Avenue, when the stolen vehicle jumped the curb, hitting and killing her.

Anyone with information on the shooting death of Torionne Chappman and the other victims can call Crimestoppers anonymously at 216-25-CRIME. A cash reward of up to $5,000 may be available.