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Man, woman found dead in Walhalla home

A man and woman were found dead in a home in Walhalla, N.D., Thursday morning. The Pembina Co. Sheriff's Office responded to a 911 call to the home at about 3 a.m., said Chief Deputy Sheriff Jeff Osvold. The home is located within the city limits...

A man and woman were found dead in a home in Walhalla, N.D., Thursday morning.

The Pembina Co. Sheriff's Office responded to a 911 call to the home at about 3 a.m., said Chief Deputy Sheriff Jeff Osvold.

The home is located within the city limits of Walhalla, a town of about 1,000 located 100 miles north and west of Grand Forks.

Authorities are not releasing the names of the man or woman, pending an investigation and notification of family members, Osvald said. Other information, such as their ages or relationship to one another or how they died, also is not being released at this time, he said.

The bodies were sent to Bismarck for autopsies, he said. The Bureau of Criminal Investigation is assisting in the investigation.

Related Topics: PEMBINA COUNTY
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