Police Seek Man Seen Following Sister Off Of Bus Prior To Double Murder
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Details are still slow to trickle in surrounding the double murder of two sisters in East Liberty.
But what we do know is that sources say 44-year-old Susan Wolfe, a teacher’s aide, was beaten and thrown naked down the stairs of her East Liberty home. Bleach from inside the home was tossed on her body – a possibility the killer was trying to hide evidence.
Early reports indicate Susan Wolfe was not raped, but final reports are not in.
Sources also confirm her sister’s body, 38-year-old Sarah Wolfe, a UPMC psychiatrist, was found nearby.
Both women were shot in the head.
It’s clear their home was not broken into and it doesn’t appear as if anything was taken from the women or the home.
Detectives have also fanned out across the city in an attempt to speak to homeless men.
One theory revolves around Susan Wolfe’s possible relationship with homeless men.
Sources confirm she had a “deep compassion” for people in need.
Sources also confirm that a timeline has been established in the crime.
Right now, it looks like Sarah Wolfe arrived two hours after her sister arrived at the home – and nearly two hours after the suspect arrived at the home.
So police believe whoever killed both sisters was in the home nearly two hours.
Right now, police can not identify the man who appears to follow Susan Wolfe off of a Port Authority bus.