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Possible Murder-Suicide in Lawndale

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The body of a man and a woman were found today in the 14600 block of Eastwood Avenue in Lawndale, reports City News Service. The case is being investigated by Sheriff's deputies as a possible murder-suicide.

Investigators found the bodies at about 9:50 a.m. The woman is reportedly in her 30s and the man in his 50s. Both died of gunshot wounds. Their names are being withheld until their relatives are notified.