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Authorities Investigating A Murder-Suicide Of Ocala Couple in Stonecrest Subdivision

By on August 29th, 2013

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a murder-suicide in the Stonecrest subdivision.

Concerned neighbors of an unidentified couple called police on August 28th when they noticed mail building up in the couple’s mailbox.

According to reports, the wife was staying in a local assisted living facility and was checked out by her husband on Aug 23rd. Three days later on August 26th, neighbors heard what they thought were two gunshots, but were initially unsure of where they came from.

The couple was found dead inside their home on August 28th.

The sheriff’s office Special Investigations Bureau will continue to investigate the case as a murder-suicide. Further information will be released as the case develops.


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