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WNEM has learned that Bay County Sheriff's deputies are at a home where two bodies were found.
Reports say two people found dead in Monitor Township died from gunshot wounds.
Details are limited, but police arrived at 1018 E. Midland Road around 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon. TV5 is told the bodies are that of a male and female. Their names are not being released.
Mlive.com is reporting that the age of the victims are believed to be in their 50s.
The medical examiner was called in to assist with the investigation and the crime lab will process the scene. The State Police Crime Lab Unit is still investigating the case.
WNEM.com will update this story with new information as we learn it.
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Thursday, January 24 2013, 08:51 AM EST
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