9-year-old girl calls 911 to report her brother, mother shot multiple times by invaders

A nine-year-old girl called 911 to report her brother had been killed by three men and her mother was still alive after she had been shot 12 times in the chest, police said.

Christopher Lane Freeman, 28, was shot multiple times in the upstairs bedroom of the family home in Akron, Ohio around 10pm Sunday.

Mother Sonia Freeman, 48, was found downstairs after she tried to confront the men and later died at Akron General Medical Center.

Christopher Lane Freeman, 28, was shot multiple times in the upstairs bedroom of the family home in Akron, Ohio around 10pm Sunday.  Mother Sonia Freeman, 48, was found downstairs after she tried to confront the men and later died at Akron General Medical Center.

Christopher (left) worked at the Akron Art Museum and drove his little sister to school every morning  Sonia, who won an ugly sweater contest (right) was a regular church goer who helped people with mental illnesses

The Akron police are searching for two to three men in their 20s, thought to be responsible for the shootings, although no motive has been determined yet.

Christopher sustained multiple gunshot wounds, and his younger sister said he was dead by the time she called 911.

He worked in the maintenance department at the Akron Art Museum, and regularly took care of his sister and drove her to school every morning, his father John Freeman toldCleveland.com in a phone interview from Atlanta, Georgia.

Sonia was shot in the chest when she tried to confront the intruders, and she was found near the staircase in the home.

The Akron police are searching for two to three men in their 20s, thought to be responsible for the shootings, although no motive has been determined yet. Family and friends left balloons outside the door of their Akron, Ohio, home (pictured) on Monday 

The 48-year-old mother, who died in the hospital, was a regular church-goer who worked for the Community Support Services helping people with mental illnesses for more than 15 years, according to Cleveland.com

John told the local news website: ‘They were both really great people. She was devoted to her church. She was an outstanding mom. This is just unbelievable.’

Members of the community left balloons outside their door on Monday, while

The young girl, who a neighbor said was in the third grade, is in the custody of extended family. She was not harmed.

No arrests have been made so far.

Source: The DailyMail

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