A police spokesman said the bodies are of a married couple in their 60s and that both had gunshot wounds. Their names were not released immediately.
According to Sgt. Jesse Sanger, investigators say it's too early in their investigation to say whether the deaths resulted from a homicide-suicide.
However, Sanger said a gun was found at the scene, there was no sign of forced entry and there's no indication that there is an outstanding suspect at this time.
Sanger said police found the bodies Wednesday night after an employer asked for a welfare check because an employee did not show up for work.
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