Police Search East Side for Quadruple Homicide Suspect

August 17, 2010 Updated Aug 17, 2010 at 4:18 PM EDT

By WKBW Programming

August 17, 2010 Updated Aug 17, 2010 at 4:18 PM EDT

BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) - Buffalo Police had an east side neighborhood on lock down, including True Bethel Baptist Church on East Ferry street Tuesday afternoon as they searched for a suspect or suspects in Saturday's quadruple homicide.

The lock down has since been released, however Buffalo Police are still maintaining a perimeter in the area.

Eyewitness News cameras and reporter Ginger Geoffery were the only ones at True Bethel when police sent it into lock down.

Pastor Darius Pridgen of the True Bethel Baptist Church told our sources on scene that he is working with area business leaders, including Mark Croce, to come up with reward money for the apprehension the suspect.

Buffalo Police spokesman Mike Degeorge released the following statement:

"At this time, Buffalo police do not have a suspect in custody in connection with the shootings that occurred early Saturday morning outside of the City Grill restaurant. The investigation remains ongoing and detectives continue to make progress."

Police continue to ask anyone with information to call or text the police confidential tip line at 847-2255.