THREE people found dead in the bedroom of a condo on Sunday night were believed to have been in a domestic dispute before their deaths, cops have revealed.
The three victims were discovered after neighbors called cops to the home after blood dropping through ceilings alerted them to the deaths.
The bodies of the three unidentified victims – a 37-year-old man, 32-year-old woman, and another woman – were all found in one bedroom in the West Palm Beach, Florida apartment.
It is believed they all died from gunshot wounds, according to WFLX.
“There was a gun recovered in the bedroom with the victims,” West Palm Beach Police spokesman Mike Jachles told WFLX.
“The detectives need to determine what role everybody had in the crime.”
The bodies were discovered when a person called to report blood dripping from the inside of the apartment, MSN writes.
When police showed up at the Paradise Cove Condominiums, the three bodies of the victims, who were from Cuba, were found inside one bedroom, along with a firearm.
Neighbor Immanuel Smith told CBS he doesn’t feel safe following the deaths.
“I feel like I can’t get away from the gun violence. I moved from a violent area to move back into a violent area,” he said.
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A neighbor, Sam Butta, interviewed by WFLX said of the persons, “they seemed normal.”
“I thought something maybe happened to a family member like someone passed. They seemed sad.”
Sam noted in particular that the man who lived in the home appeared to be “dispirited.”
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The search for their families, who do not live in the US, continues, MSN reported.
Investigators are awaiting the medical examiner’s results from the autopsies of the three persons.