Ohio Attorney General seeks information on four people in Pike County murders

COLUMBUS, Ohio (13abc Action News) - Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is turning to the public for information regarding four people of interest in the the ongoing investigation into the execution-style killings of eight people in Pike County.

In April of last year, seven adults and a teenage boy from the Rhoden family were found dead at four homes.

A coroner determined all but one of the victims had been shot repeatedly, and some had bruising.

Along with Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader, DeWine is asking for details regarding:

• George "Billy" Wagner, III, 46
• Angela Wagner, 46
• George Wagner IV, 25
• Edward "Jake" Wagner, 24

According to DeWine's office, the four are former residents of Peterson Road in Peebles, Ohio and are currently believed to be residing in Alaska.

Investigators are interested in information regarding any interactions, conversations, dealings, or transactions that the public may have had with these individuals, which could be personal, business, or otherwise.

If you have any information and can help police, call 1-855-BCI-OHIO.

Any information provided will remain confidential and could come with a $10,000 reward.