CLEVELAND – It’s been more than three years since three people were shot and killed execution style inside a business on Cleveland’s east side.
Despite an ongoing police investigation, no arrests have been made.
“It’s frustrating,” said Ann Sarli, whose sister, 48-year-old Lori Sarli was killed at the Imperial Auto along with 50-year-old Brian Yuravak and 53-year-old Babette Hockenberry.
The building is now torn down.
“She is here with me everyday,” said Ann Sarli.
Police told FOX 8 the case remains open, but they have no new leads to share.
“This is very important to our family,” Trina Sarlie said. “Somebody should pay for what they did because no way did she or the other two deserve to die the way they did.”
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers. A $15,000 reward is being offered by family and friends for information that leads to an arrest in this case. Tipsters can remain anonymous.