Detectives back at East Liberty home of slain sisters



EAST LIBERTY, Pa. - Pittsburgh Police went back to the former home of 44-year-old Susan Wolfe and her sister, 38-year-old Sarah Wolfe, Friday.

The women were found dead, each shot once in the head, on Feb. 7. Their sister, Mary Wolfe, is a Democratic state representative from Clinton, Iowa.

Target 11’s Rick Earle was there as four homicide detectives returned to the scene Friday on Chislett Street in East Liberty.

Earle said, at this time, it’s unclear what detectives were looking for.

The activity comes one day after a person of interest in the investigation, a 43-year-old man who lives next door, spoke publicly and denied any involvement in the crime.

“I’m not a monster, and my name will be cleared. I’m not worried,” the man said.

Channel 11 News has chosen to not reveal the man’s identity because he has not been charged.

Investigators told Target 11 they are waiting for DNA test results that could come back any day.

We will continue to stay on top of this major story, and you can count on us to bring you the latest developments as they happen. Stay with Channel 11 News and


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