Four dead in 'multiple homicide' at North Dakota business

April 2, 2019 04:21
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Four people were found dead on Monday after a "multiple homicide" at a North Dakota property management business, police said.

The bodies of three men and a woman were found inside RJR Maintenance and Management in the city of Mandan, the city's police chief, Jason Ziegler, told a televised news conference. Police did not give the cause of death or the identities of the victims.
"This is currently being treated as a multiple homicide investigation," Ziegler said.

Police did not have a motive but believed the "public at large" was not in danger, Ziegler said.

"It looks like an isolated incident," he said, adding: "We are looking for a suspect."

(Reporting by Andrew Hay in New Mexico; Editing by Bill Tarrant and Peter Cooney)

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