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Two more questioned in death of Cleveland Detective

Police are still looking for information.

CLEVELAND — Officials are still working to solve the murder of a Cleveland Detective. 

On Monday, sources confirmed to 3News that an additional two people are being questioned in the shooting death of 35-year-old James Skernivitz. 

Skernivitz a 25-year veteran of the department, died Thursday night after being shot multiple times inside a car on the city's west side. Although officials have not yet shared full details regarding what led to his death, he was apparently working under cover.

One adult and two juveniles were arrested on charges not directly related to the deaths of Skernivitz and Dingess, but Chief Calvin D. Williams confirms all three are "persons of interest" and the investigation is ongoing. For the moment, no charges have been filed in the killings. 

Police are still looking for information. 

The Cleveland FBI has established a 24/7 tip line for anybody who might have information in the case. That number is 216-622-6842. Tipsters can remain anonymous. Reward money up to $35,000 is available for information that leads to the successful identification and prosecution of those involved. 

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