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Keys possibly connected to car dealership double homicide found on Cleveland's east side

Posted at 5:09 PM, Apr 24, 2017

More than a week after Trina and Michael Kuznik were found shot to death at their car dealership, a pair of keys were discovered on Cleveland's eest side that police think are connected to the crime. 

The keys were found Friday in a bag in the area of Humphrey Park, according to a Cleveland police news release.

The Kuznik's son, 19, found the pair on April 14 at Mr. Cars Inc. He showed up at the lot after he had a hard time reaching them. 

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The dealership is located on East 185th Street in Cleveland. 

During a Friday news conference, police said leads in solving the murders of the Kuznik's were thin. No suspects have been arrested or identified. 

The couple's dog was also shot and killed at the time. The Cuyahoga County Medial Examiner's Office processed the dog as evidence for possible DNA at the request of homicide investigators. Results of this portion of the investigation are not yet available, the release said. 

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