Four people were found dead in a property-management business in North Dakota on Monday, April 1. Authorities consider the case as multiple homicides.
The bodies were found by police officers after responding to a medical call at RJR Maintenance and Management in Mandan. Madan is across the Missouri River from Bismarck.
According to a news release by the Mandan Police Department, officers discovered "several people who were deceased inside" the property management at approx. 7:30 a.m.
The bodies of three men and one woman were reportedly found inside the building. The bodies have yet to be identified.
According to a Facebook post the company shared early Monday, the company was closed for the day. The company was a family-owned business that they were operating for more than 20 years.
The state Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) told The Associated Press that the company helped them to investigated the case but did not give any details.
A manager at a nearby bowling alley, Darin Helbling, said that police asked to watch a surveillance video of his business.
The video showed only two vehicles on the road separating the businesses since 10 p.m. Sunday.
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