PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Police are asking for the public’s help finding a man who could be a valuable witness in the murder of two sisters in East Liberty more than a week ago.
Police released surveillance footage from the Port Authority bus that Susan Wolfe had ridden home on the evening of Feb. 6 – the night she and her sister were murdered in their Chislett Street home.READ MORE: Mixon Has Career Day, Steelers Crushed In Cincinnati 41-10
He is seen exiting the bus at the Negley Avenue stop in East Liberty.
Officials want to be clear the man is not a suspect, but someone they say could help provide essential information to detectives.
He’s seen wearing a drawstring backpack and jacket with a Steelers logo on it.
Police had said previously that they were searching for a man who appears to follow Susan Wolfe home after getting off the same Port Authority bus.READ MORE: FirstEnergy Planning West Virginia Solar Energy Project
Wolfe and her sister, Sarah Wolfe, were found the next day shot to death in the home’s basement.
Police believe Susan Wolfe, a teacher’s aide, arrived home first and was shot by the suspect, then the suspect waited inside the home for two hours for Sarah Wolfe, a UPMC psychiatrist, then shot her.
Police also said they are looking into Susan Wolfe’s possible relationship with homeless men.
Sources confirm she had a “deep compassion” for people in need.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 412-323-7161.MORE NEWS: Panel Gives The Go Ahead To Demolish Building That Housed Wright Brothers' First Bike Shop