Authorities investigating a Cleveland car chase that ended with a barrage of fatal police gunfire and two deaths are seeking help from businesses along the chase route who may have recorded security camera video.
Attorney General Mike DeWine's office is leading the investigation. The chase last month began when an officer heard what he thought was a shot fired outside police headquarters. No weapon or shells were found in the fleeing car. Police say the driver rammed a cruiser and nearly hit an officer. Officers fired 137 shots. Family members say the shootings were racially motivated.