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Two adults and a teenager were found dead in a Virginia home Wednesday morning, and the researchers are now calling the mysterious incident “suspicious.”
The Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office said it first received a call just before 9 a.m. from someone who had gone to check on the victims in their home on Arlene Acres Drive in Fredericksburg, Virginia, FOX5 reported.
Once on the scene, police found the bodies of a 39-year-old man, a 34-year-old woman and a 14-year-old man. The victims have yet to be publicly identified, and police did not comment on the cause of death or the manner in which the bodies were discovered.
The house in Spotsylvania County where two adults and a teenager were reportedly found dead Wednesday morning.
Captain C. A. Carey called the deaths “suspicious,” according to Fredericksburg.com.
Sources told the website the two adult victims recently had a child together and that child, and another infant, were found alive in the house.
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Police reportedly said, according to these sources, the two children were not injured, but were taken to a hospital and treated for dehydration.
Police will not say how long the bodies may have been in the house.