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CBS Philly

By Molly Daly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police believe the person who killed a mother and son Sunday in the city’s Lawncrest section wasn’t a stranger.

“It appears it was personal — it appears it was someone that they knew. They had a dog inside that didn’t attack, didn’t bark, so we believe it was someone that was known to the mother and/or the son,” says Homicide Captain James Clark.

According to Capt. Clark, 22-year-old Richard Muller and his 49-year-old mother Donna were found upstairs in the house in the 300 block of Stevens Street, both shot execution-style in the back of the head (See Previous Story).

“We believe this double homicide was committed between the time frame on Sunday of 10:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. So we’re asking for the public’s help,” says Capt. Clark.

They particularly want to talk to neighbors, who may have seen anyone…

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