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Saginaw Police were called to a home on Hess Avenue and when they arrived, they discovered two bodies inside the home.
Police were dispatched to the house at the corner of Hess and Douglass Street around 12:50 p.m. on Wednesday. Acting Saginaw Police Chief Brian Lipe says the deaths are considered suspicious.
Sgt. Brent Vanderhaar said officers were not given permission to enter the home, so a search warrant had to be issued by the Saginaw County Prosecutor's office. The Michigan State Police mobile crime lab is also at the scene.
Neighbors tell TV5 a mother, daughter, and son lived at the home. Neighbors claim the 41-year-old mother and 11-year-old daughter were the ones found dead inside. The Saginaw News reports that the mother has been identified at Leigh King.
Neighbors also say it was the son, who is in his early 20s, who discovered the bodies and called 911. Officers say that person is at the police station for questioning.
WNEM.com and TV5 are continuing to gather more information on this story and we'll update it with details as they emerge.
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