ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Police are investigating the deaths of three people in a St. Paul apartment.
Authorities say they are not looking for a suspect, but did not immediately classify the case as a double murder-suicide. Police spokesman Sgt. Paul Paulos says the victims are a husband and wife and one of her relatives.
Authorities say four children, under the age of 10, were in the apartment at the time of the slayings Sunday afternoon. Hmong interpreters were called in to help interview the children and others at the scene.
Neighbor Laurel Hilden tells the Star Tribune the children belong to the apartment building's caretaker.
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