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Update: Names released in deadly double murder-suicide Submitted: 04/29/2016
WISCONSIN RAPIDS - We now know who were the three people killed during Wednesday's double-murder suicide in Wisconsin Rapids.

The Wisconsin Rapids Police Department says  36-year-old Justin Bohn of Wisconsin Rapids shot and killed his 5-year-old daughter, Paige, and his 3-year-old son, Devon.




Details from the autopsy released Friday show that each person died from a single gunshot wound.

Officers are still investigating the case.




Thursday April, 28th ; 4:29 p.m.

Wisconsin Rapids Police expect to release the three names from Wednesday's double-murder suicide soon. The department is waiting for today's autopsies to be finished before releasing those names.

Officers search the Wisconsin Rapids home Wednesday morning and found three bodies.

Police believe a 36-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man had shot himself after shooting his two young children. The girl was five, while the boy was three.

The police department expects to release the names Thursday, however it doesn't have a timeline for when the autopsies will be completed.




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