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Police say Stephens should be considered armed and unsafe.

Police in Philadelphia say they have "no indication" that the suspect in an apparently random killing in Cleveland is in Philadelphia.

A reward of $50,000 was being offered for information regarding Stephens' location, officials said.

"He could be nearby".

The last "ping" from Stephens s cellphone was from Erie, Pennsylvania, about 100 miles (160 kilometers) east of Cleveland. A short time later, according to investigators, Stephens posted a video recording of the homicide to his Facebook page. But they said there was no sign he was actually there.

"She put me at my pushing point, man", Stephens said later, laughing and calling it the "Easter Sunday Joy Lane massacre".

"She's the reason why this is about to happen to you", Stephens explained, referring to a woman he had recently broken up with. Later, Mr Stephens told her on the phone that he was "shooting people" because he was "mad with his girlfriend".

No confirmed sightings of Stephens were reported as the search moved into Monday. The suspect Steve Stephens remains on the run.

Facebook has launched a review of how it handles violent videos after a clip of a killing in OH stayed on the social network for more than two hours. My heart & prayers goes out to the family members of the victim (s).

"If there s somebody who is helping Steve or think you re helping Steve, you re really not". He was kind and loving to me and my children.

Police have launched a massive manhunt for Steve Stephens, who is charged with aggravated murder in the death of Robert Godwin.

The two talk briefly before the stranger pulls out a gun and fires.

Stephens wrote on Facebook he wouldn't stop killing until he received a call from his mother and Lane. Police are calling this a national search.

Stephens was at large after fleeing in a white Ford Fusion with temporary license plates, police said.

Police are warning people not to approach the suspect. "We can say without a doubt he's armed", the chief said.

"We're still asking Steve to turn himself in", said Williams. They converged on Fairmount Park, WPVI said, but so far, no one has been found.

"He is considered armed and risky, so we want people to be careful out there", Williams told reporters.

The manhunt widened on Monday for a murder suspect who police said posted a video of himself on Facebook shooting an elderly man in Cleveland as authorities asked the public for help and pleaded with the suspect to turn himself in.

"We had been in a relationship for several years", she explained, CBS reports.

Besides his vehicle, worth about $10,000, Stephens said in a court filing he owned about $1,500 in household possessions, including his clothes.

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