Man questioned in mass murder

June 10, 2008 5:09:21 AM PDT
Chicago police may have a break in their investigation into the April murder of five people on the city's South Side.Police say they've questioned a man in connection to the murders. No charges have been filed yet.

On April 23, 2008, police found the three men and two women dead in a home near 76th and Rhodes. A woman-- who was visiting the house- was the first to find the bodies. The victims were all shot to death.

Relatives of Donovan Richardson say he owned the house. The other victims are identified as Anthony Scale, Whitney Flowers, Reginald Walker, and Lakesha Doss.

Investigators believe robbery was the motive. They suspect more than one person carried out the crime and do not believe it was random. They say whoever committed the crime specifically targeted the home.


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