In the chilling video, which has since been pulled from Facebook, Stephens saw the old man and said “Found me somebody I’m going to kill, this guy right here, this old dude.”
Residents have been told to stay indoors and not go out until Stephens has been caught. Apart from the man he shot on Facebook Live, no other deaths have been confirmed to be associated with him.
"There are no other victims that we know of," Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams said at a news conference on Sunday.
Authorities said the killing of the one confirmed victim, Robert Goodwin, 74, appeared to be random. "It's senseless," Williams said.
Cleveland Police have confirmed that a video posted to Facebook Live showing an elderly man being shot is legitimate.
To watch him kill the old man, watch here
Family members of the 74 year old Grandpa he killed watched the video on Facebook and have been mourning his death since. They said he just finished spending time with his family, eating and celebrating Easter with his kids and Grandkids and was just on his way home. Watch the video below:
Cleveland officials urged Stephens to refrain from hurting anyone else after the video was posted.
“Steve Stephens, we want to communicate to you,” Mayor Frank Jackson said at a press conference, telling the suspect “he need not do anymore harm to anybody, any innocent people.”