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Home where Elaina Steinfurth was killed is set to be demolished

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This home on Federal Street in east Toledo is where Elaina was last seen. This home on Federal Street in east Toledo is where Elaina was last seen.
Elaina's remains were found in the home's garage about three months after she was reported missing. Elaina's remains were found in the home's garage about three months after she was reported missing.
The case was put to rest around six months after Elaina's disappearance. The case was put to rest around six months after Elaina's disappearance.
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

A home owned by convicted killer Steven King has been placed on a demolition list.

Lucas County Land Bank officials say there's a tax foreclosure on the property for $9,000 of delinquent taxes. This puts the property on the list to be demolished, which could take months.

The land bank also sent a letter to residents who live near the property. Under their side lot program, if anyone lives next to the lot, they're able to purchase it for $100.

Richard Zattau, who lives right next door, says he is considering buying the property to put up a mural to remember baby Elaina. He has also offered the side of his house to any artist who wants to paint a mural.

Steven King and Angela Steinfurth admitted to killing Steinfurth's daughter, Elaina. Both are serving life in prison.

Find more stories and videos on the case in our Justice for Elaina section.

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