>> A manhunt Monday expanding to the entire midwest to find the murder suspect who posted a video of the killing to Facebook. In the video, Steve Stephens appears to approach a pedestrian on a street in Cleveland. He tells the man he's about to die, then pulls the trigger.
Cleveland Police saying they've asked the FBI and US Marshalls for help capturing Stephens who posted the video Sunday.>> We know that Steve is still out there someplace. We're still asking Steve to turn himself in, but if he doesn't, we'll find him. We have our federal partners here, we have our state, local, county partners, and we're not gonna stop until he's in custody.
>> Police also said detectives were able to speak by phone with Stephens early in the investigation, he has no prior criminal record. In the video, Stephens blames his acts on a woman, saying she is the reason for the murder. He also claims to have killed more than a dozen other people.
Police say they have no evidence of any more killings, and that the woman named in the video is cooperating with the investigation. Video of the killing was viewable on Facebook for about three hours on Sunday, before it was removed and Stephen's profile deactivated. In a statement, the social media company saying, this is a horrific crime and we do not allow this kind of content on Facebook.
And we are in touch with law enforcement in emergencies when there are direct threats to physical safety. The victim, 74 year-old Robin Goodwin Senior, apparently picked at random. Media reports say the father of ten was walking home after an Easter meal.>> I heard he's gone, you know what I mean?
I don't know what I'm gonna do, cuz he's a good guy.>> He's a good-hearted person,>> I mean->> A very good-hearted.>> Give you his shirt off his back.