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Newest details in the murder of Lt. William Walker

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Lt. Walker (on right) with Cleveland Mayor Jackson Lt. Walker (on right) with Cleveland Mayor Jackson
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The search continues to find the killer of a local firefighter. 

Chilling new details have been released about his murder.

The Medical Examiner confirmed Monday that Lt. William Walker died from gunshots.

The investigation into who committed the crime continues. Right now, there are no arrests and there are no suspects.

Neighbors called 911 for help. "I just heard the loud screaming after the shots."

A neighbor describing the terror in Lt. William Walkers wife's voice moments after someone fired several shots.

The beloved veteran of the Cleveland Fire Department killed Sunday.

Walker was just getting out of his car parked in the driveway of his Lampson Street home when someone opened fire.

"And I just heard 5 gunshots coming from there. I'm two houses down the street," says a 911 caller.

"I heard like 5, and there's someone down there screaming for help."

Neighbors called 911. No witnesses to the crime, just people describing what they all heard.

There are still so many unanswered questions. Who would want to kill Lt. Walker?

We've learned last week he had a run in with some guys in the neighborhood.

Sources tell 19 Action News Walker wasn't robbed.

Like with any crime, someone knows something. It just takes one person to call in the tip and help get justice for a respected veteran of the Fire Department.

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