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Couple Found Dead In Apparent Murder-Suicide In 'Quintessential, Quiet' Suburb

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A man and woman found were found dead inside a Camarillo home Saturday night in what appears to have been a murder-suicide.

NBC L.A. reports the bodies were found just after midnight. The Ventura County Sheriff's Department said the victims were in their early 60s.

According to ABC-7, the two were a husband and wife, and were discovered by their daughter. KTLA reports that the sheriff's office obtained a search warrant Sunday morning.

"Preliminary investigation looks like it’s indicative of murder-suicide," Sgt. John Franchi told KTLA.

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The neighborhood was described by KTLA's Dave Mecham as "quintessential and quiet suburban Camarillo."

The names of the victims have not been released, nor has the cause of death.

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