Well-Known Reporter Found Shot To Death Inside Home, Another Body Found, Police Say

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November 13, 2018

There has been some devastating news that has come in this morning. A well-known reporter was shot to death inside a home.

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At this time, we are asking our readers to keep her family in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time. The local community was especially stricken with the news. Many residents of the town were shocked and left heartbroken.

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Perrysburg Township, Ohio police are investigating a tragic incident that occured on Monday, November 12. Officers were called to do a safety check on a relative in the Friendly Village mobile home park. When police arrived, they discovered the bodies of a female and male inside the home in the living room.

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Authority says that the female was a Cleveland reporter, Nicole Delamotte-Ullman, 30, and the male victim was Robert J. Delamotte, 67. Police say that the two were niece and uncle. Delamotte-Ullman worked for "Cleveland.com."

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A friend tells "13abc" that Delamotte-Ullman was visiting her estranged uncle and had been trying to make amends with him after their disconnect.

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Delamotte-Ullman's mother reported her daughter missing and asked that the police check the mobile home park.

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"Cleveland.com" wrote the following in a statement:

"Nikki Delamotte, a cleveland.com culture reporter whose passionate storytelling and kindness left an indelible mark on her community and newsroom, was found shot to death in a suspected homicide Monday in Wood County. She was 30 years old."

https://twitter.com/clevelanddotcom/status/1062123149196754944

There are no additional details available at this time. Will you join us in praying for the Delamotte family?