Cleveland police are on the hunt for a male suspect who shot and killed an elderly man on Facebook Live on Easter Sunday.
Steve Stephens, 37, chose an elderly man at random and shot him in the head while streaming on Facebook Live at 3 p.m. in the Glenville neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
In a 2nd video uploaded to Facebook, Stephens dubbed his crime the "Easter Sunday massacre".
Police identified the victim as Robert Godwin, Sr., 74. In the livestream video, Stephens approached Godwin on a Cleveland street and asked him to repeat a woman's name.
"She's the reason why, um, this is about to happen to you," said Stephens, who is off camera.
Stephens pointed his handgun at the man and fired a single round as the victim tried to shield his face with a plastic bag.
In a 2nd video posted after the shooting, Stephens expressed anger that Facebook users thought the video was a hoax.
Stephens bragged to someone on his mobile phone that he'd killed 13 people, and he was searching for his 14th victim.
"I just snapped. I killed 13 motherf-ckers, man. I'm going to keep killing people until they catch me," he said.
Police did not locate any more victims.
CAUTION: The video below contains scenes of graphic violence which may be disturbing to some viewers.
An earlier version of this post was edited to correct the spelling of Robert Godwin, Jr.'s name.