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Two found dead at farm near Mahnomen

MAHNOMEN, Minn.--Two bodies have been found at a farm on the White Earth Indian Reservation in Mahnomen County, though investigators released few details Tuesday about the incident.

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MAHNOMEN, Minn.-Two bodies have been found at a farm on the White Earth Indian Reservation in Mahnomen County, though investigators released few details Tuesday about the incident.

The Mahnomen County Sheriff's Department were dispatched at 7:06 a.m. Tuesday to the farm 11 miles northeast of Mahnomen for a report of a shooting. Investigators found two dead bodies at the farm: a 75-year-old man in a quonset and a 71-year-old woman in the home.

The release did not reveal the cause of death, though an autopsy is being conducted on the two individuals. It also didn't state how the two were related, and the names are being withheld pending notification of the family.

No further details were available Tuesday.

The Sheriff's Department, White Earth Police Department and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is investigating the incident.

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