TOWNSHIP OF SOLON, Mich. – According to authorities, the evidence suggests that some of the three children and a woman found deadly shot in a house in western Michigan may have been killed elsewhere.
The Kent County Sheriff's Office said in a press release that investigators are checking a "woodlot" Tuesday near the home of Solon Township where the bodies were found a day earlier. The township of Solon is about 50 km north of Grand Rapids.
The authorities did not disclose the identity of the victims or explain how they are related. Sheriff Michelle LaJoye-Young said the children had the age to go to elementary school and were younger.
Autopsies should begin Wednesday. Police announced that victims would be officially identified after the autopsies are completed.
Authorities say they do not believe a gunman is on the run.
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