The city of Cleveland has condemned the Imperial Avenue home of convicted serial killer Anthony Sowell, where the bodies of 11 women were found in 2009.

The home, at 12205 Imperial Avenue, was inspected on Aug. 30 by the Departments of Building and Housing, the Cleveland Health Department, and the Cleveland Police Department.

Multiple violations were found in the home, and a 30-day notice has been mailed to the parties with an interest in the property. If compliance with the violations has not been met by Oct. 2, then the home will be demolished, according to the mayor’s office.

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