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BARBERTON: Teens murdered during home invasion, adults shot but alive

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18-year-old Ashley Carpenter (Source: Facebook) 18-year-old Ashley Carpenter (Source: Facebook)
14-year-old David Kohler-Carpenter 14-year-old David Kohler-Carpenter
John Kohler & his girlfriend Ronda Blankenship John Kohler & his girlfriend Ronda Blankenship
BARBERTON, OH (WOIO) -

Two teenagers were killed during an armed robbery at a home at 329 7th St. NE around 6:50 p.m. on New Years Eve.

Two other victims, the father of the teenagers and his girlfriend, were shot, but survived.   John Kohler, 42, and Rhonda Blankenship, 38, are being treated at an Akron Hospital.

The teens have been identified as 18-year-old Ashley Carpenter and 14-year-old David Kohler-Carpenter.

The Summit County Medical Examiner will do their autopsies on Thursday.

Barberton Police say the unknown suspects remain on the run.

Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact the Barberton Detective Bureau at 330-848-6709 or Summit County Crimestoppers at 330-434-COPS (2677).

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