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Investigators Seek Video In Rhoden Family Murders

Sam Hendren
89.7 NPR News
The scene eight murders in Pike County in April.

Law enforcement investigating the Rhoden family murders in Pike County in April are asking the public for video evidence that may be relevant to the case. 

Ohio Attorney General Mike De Wine and Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader say they are looking for video that may have been recorded April 21st or 22nd, the day of the murders.
The two repeated that anyone with any knowledge of the case call the Bureau of Criminal Investigation tip line or the Pike County Sheriff's Office.
Billboards in Waverly have been donated to publicize the tip numbers.