Police Investigate After Bodies Found in Minnesota Home
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Authorities are investigating the deaths of several people whose bodies were discovered inside a home in a northwestern Minnesota city.
Family members who were conducting a welfare inspection at Moorhead’s home found the bodies just before 8 pm on Saturday. The family called police.
Moorhead Police have yet to say the number of people who were killed and how they died. According to police, there was no sign of violence or forced entry at the house.
WDAY-TV was informed by neighbors that the house had several children.
Moorhead, which is near Fargo (North Dakota) on the Minnesota border, can be found in an area with approximately 230,000 inhabitants.
According to police, they do not anticipate releasing any further information until Monday. Moorhead Police Capt. Deric Swenson didn’t immediately respond to a Sunday phone call from The Associated Press.