Police Investigate Murder-Suicide In Radnor

Police Investigate Murder-Suicide In Radnor

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RADNOR TWP., Pa. -

Neighbors and police have a lot of questions after two bodies were discovered Sunday at a Radnor Township property in what police are calling an apparent murder-suicide.

The bodies of two people believed to be a husband and wife were found in a pool house on the 300 block of South Wayne Avenue.

Police say the husband may have called 9-1-1 after shooting his wife, then turning the gun on himself.

They say an 8-year-old boy was home at the time of the shooting. Neighbors say the family lived there for 18 -months and had three children.

Neighbors say the family moved in 18 months ago and seemed like nice people.

As police continue to investigate, they say their big priority right now is taking care of the kids who have been left behind in this terrible tragedy.

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