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Heavy security for funeral of 6 shooting victims Tuesday

Top: Christopher Rhoden, Jr.; Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden, Hannah Gilley, Hanna Rhoden. Bottom: Dana Rhoden, Christopher Rhoden, Sr.; Kenneth Rhoden; Gary Rhoden. (GoFundMe/Facebook) Top: Christopher Rhoden, Jr.; Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden, Hannah Gilley, Hanna Rhoden. Bottom: Dana Rhoden, Christopher Rhoden, Sr.; Kenneth Rhoden; Gary Rhoden. (GoFundMe/Facebook)
Lucasville, OH (AP) - -

Security is expected to be heavy as the remaining Pike County massacre victims are laid to rest Tuesday.

A funeral is set for noon at Dry Run Church of Christ in West Portsmouth for Christopher Don Rhoden Sr., 40; Dana Lynn Rhoden, 37; Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden, 20; Hanna Rhoden, 19; Christopher Don Rhoden Jr.,16  and Kenneth Rhoden, 44.

WATCH: Reporter Jordan Vilines is live with details.

A relative has said several of the victims would be buried side by side.

Services already have been held for Hannah Gilley, 20, and Gary Rhoden, 38.

Seven adults and a 16-year-old boy were found dead April 22 at four properties near Piketon.

Their slayings remain unsolved while authorities continue to investigate.

Investigators have interviewed 128 witnesses, received 450 tips and submitted 100 pieces of evidence in connection with the April 22 murders of eight family members in Pike County, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Monday.

But zero arrests have been made and no motive announced in the case. 

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