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America's most wanted man for three days shot himself in the head Tuesday, following a auto chase involving Pennsylvania state police.

Yesterday, there were reports that Stephens was spotted in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park area, but police said the reports were unsubstantiated. "We would like to have brought Stephens in peacefully and talked to him about why this happened", Cleveland police chief Calvin Williams said Tuesday.

Lane also said she has received support from many, including her family, her boss, and even strangers like two daughters of 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr., who police say Stephens gunned down on Easter.

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At a Silicon Valley conference Tuesday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg briefly addressed the Cleveland case, saying Facebook has "a lot of work to do" and "we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this".

The murder was later posted to the social media site by the killer, who was said to be distraught over a break-up with his girlfriend.

"He would want this from us and he would say 'Tonya, forgive them, for they know not what they do", Godwin-Baines said.

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"I'm not happy he's dead at all, not at all". The agency says that "every suicide is a tragedy" but that Stephens' death eliminates the community's fear that he might kill again. Stephens had been added to the FBI Most Wanted list and after a nationwide manhunt, PSPD says officers, responding to a tip, found Stephens around 11 AM Tuesday in Erie, Pennsylvania.

According to employees at the restaurant, Stephens ordered a 20-piece McNuggets and a large order of fries in the drive-thru.

The drive-thru attendant thought she recognized Stephens and called state police, restaurant owner Thomas DuCharme Jr. told the Erie Times-News. Police were able to close in on Stephens and gave chase after their suspect again attempted to flee. She alerted DuCharme who said he and a supervisor replaced the worker at the first window where Stephens was to pick up his food, telling him his fries would take another minute, while the first worker called Pennsylvania State Police. There were no injuries to law enforcement or members of the public. But Stephens did not wait, he said.

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The shooting marked the latest video clip of a violent crime to turn up on Facebook, raising questions about how the world's biggest social media network moderates content.

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