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2 Dead After Possible Murder-Suicide in Dallas: Police

Dallas police say they found two men dead in an apartment on Walnut Hill in Dallas on Friday

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    2 Dead After Possible Murder-Suicide in Dallas: Police
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    Two people are dead after a possible murder-suicide in Dallas on Friday.

    According to the Dallas Police Department, officers conducted a health and welfare check at the Tonti Lakeside Apartments at 7750 Walnut Hill Lane shortly after 8 p.m. Friday.

    Police said that when they arrived, they entered the apartment and found the victim, a 55-year-old man, and the suspect, a 25-year-old man, dead in the single bedroom.

    The preliminary investigation indicated that the suspect stabbed the victim multiple times and then shot himself, police say.

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    According to Dallas police, Dallas Fire-Rescue responded and pronounced both the victim and the suspect dead at the scene. 

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