Authorities in Minnesota are investigating the mysterious deaths of three children and four adults who were discovered in a northwest Minnesota home on Saturday night.
According to KVRR and the Star-Tribune, police were called to the home in Moorhead on Saturday just before 8 p.m. after relatives who went to the home for a welfare check called 911. Police discovered the bodies of three children and four adults inside the home. Multiple reports indicate that all seven were pronounced dead at the scene, and a medical examiner is now working to determine the cause of death.
Police confirmed Sunday that seven people were found dead in a Moorhead, Minnesota, home. According to their report, the victims included four adults and three kids. https://t.co/YrZic1q5XG
— KUMV-TV (@kumv_tv) December 20, 2021
Police reportedly told the Star-Tribune there were no obvious signs of forced entry or violence at the residence. Authorities have not yet identified the victims or provided any further details about the deaths.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is assisting the investigation, according to the Star-Tribune.
This is a developing story. CrimeOnline will provide further updates when more information is available.
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