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2 in Custody After Double Homicide

UPDATE — 2 in Custody After Double Homicide

September 25, 2015 (MINNEAPOLIS) Friday evening at 5:12 pm, Minneapolis Police responded to the 2200 block of South 10th Avenue on a report of a shooting that occurred in a residence.  Officers arrived and found two people suffering from gunshot wounds who were deceased.   Two other people were found unharmed in the residence and have been taken into custody. One is considered a suspect while one person is in protective custody.  Preliminary investigation yields that this crime is domestic in nature.  It is believed that there is no threat to the public at this time.

The Medical Examiner will release the identity of the victims as well as the nature and cause of death.

The Inspector commanding the 3rd Precinct, Michael Sullivan, is increasing directed patrol in this area as well as asking officers for more community engagement in the affected neighborhood.  Residents will see more police in this area and are encouraged to share information and work with officers on this public safety issue.

More information on this case is not expected until Monday.  Any updates will be put on the police department’s new website:  www.InsideMPD.com.  The case number is  15-361189.

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September 25, 2015 (MINNEAPOLIS) Friday evening at 5:12 pm, Minneapolis Police responded to to the 2200 block of South 10th Avenue on a report of a shooting that occurred in a residence.  Officers arrived and found two people suffering from gunshot wounds who were deceased.   Two other people were found unharmed and have been taken into custody.

The Medical Examiner will release the identity of the victim as well as the nature and cause of death.

The Inspector commanding the 3rd Precinct, Michael Sullivan, is increasing directed patrol in this area as well as asking officers for more community engagement in the affected neighborhood.  Residents will see more police in this area and are encouraged to share information and work with officers on this public safety issue.

More information will be put out when it is available.  The case number is  15-361189

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