Five people were found dead at a home in Uniontown, Ohio, on Thursday night in what police are calling a quadruple murder-suicide.
Police responded to the home for a wellness check at about 7:30 p.m., the Uniontown Police Department said in a social media release.
When they arrived, officer found five family members dead inside the home, about 15 miles southeast of the city of Akron.
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The victims have not been identified, but they are believed to be a family of five.
Police believe that the incident stemmed from a domestic dispute that turned deadly. It is not believed that anyone else was involved.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations and the Stark County Coroner’s Office are assisting with the investigation.
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