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Two people found shot to death inside San Diego hotel room

A person and a lady had been found useless of gunshot wounds in a hotel room close to San Diego International Airport.

SAN DIEGO — A person and a lady had been found useless of gunshot wounds Tuesday in a hotel room close to San Diego International Airport, and police had been investigating the deaths as a murder-suicide.

San Diego Harbor Police Department officers had been known as about 2:20 p.m. to the hotel in the 1900 block of North Harbor Drive after employees entered the room when the visitor failed to take a look at on time, in accordance to San Diego Police Department Lt. Jud Campbell.

Campbell stated that the officers responded to the decision and situated a person and a lady inside a room, useless from obvious gunshot wounds.

San Diego Police Department murder detectives then responded to examine.

“Based on the initial observations of the scene, it appears the most likely scenario is that the male shot the female and then shot himself,” Campbell stated.

Campbell stated that the person had been preliminarily recognized as an Indian in his 50s believed to be the registered hotel visitor. His identify was not launched.

The girl has not been positively recognized. She is described as white, probably in her 20s or 30s.

A handgun was recovered on the scene by investigators.

Anyone with data concerning the capturing was inspired to name the Homicide Unit at 619-531-2293 or Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

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