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More than 30 people have been interviewed in connection with the killings of eight members of the same family in Pke County, but authotities are yet to reveal if one of those people is a "person of interest".
Attorney General Mike DeWine said in a 9pm news conference that it was still unclear who the killer or killers were.
"We anticipate a number of other people will be interviewed," DeWine said.
"We do not know if we are talking about one individual or two or three or more."
US authorities are searching for the killer, or killers, who shot dead eight members of one family in a small town in Ohio.Read the full story ›
An "armed and extremely dangerous" killer is believed to be on the loose in the US following the massacre of eight people in a small town in Ohio.
The seven adults and one child, a boy, were shot dead "execution style" across four locations in Pike County.
Three children survived - a four-day old baby, a six-month-old baby and a three-year-old.
"There is a strong possibility that any individuals involved with this are armed and extremely dangerous," Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader said.