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Police: 4 Dead In St. Louis Murder-suicide

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St. Louis police say four people are confirmed dead in a murder-suicide shooting south of downtown. St. Louis police say four people are confirmed dead in a murder-suicide shooting south of downtown.
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Police: 4 Dead In St. Louis Murder-suicide

St. Louis police say four people are confirmed dead in a murder-suicide shooting south of downtown.

On its Twitter account, police confirmed the dead are two males and two females in a business at a shooting about five minutes south of downtown. Police said the dead included the shooter and three victims.

St. Louis police did not immediately return multiple calls seeking comment. A single ambulance was parked outside the building as hundreds of people were gathered about a half-block away to see what was going on.

The business is in a neighborhood where many Hispanics have relocated in recent years. The street is lined with antique shops, kitsch stores and other shops.

Police: 4 People Dead In St. Louis Shooting
Updated: June 13, 2013 at 4:21 p.m.

St. Louis police say four people are dead in a shooting south of downtown.

The St. Louis Police Department posted on its official Twitter account that two women and two men are dead. Additional details weren't immediately available.

Police cordoned off a section of a street where the shooting happened Thursday.

Police block area of reported St. Louis shooting
Posted: June 13, 2013 at 4:15 p.m.

Police have cordoned off a section of a street south of downtown St. Louis amid reports of a shooting inside a business there.

St. Louis police did not immediately return multiple calls seeking comment. Multiple St. Louis outlets reported the shootings took place Thursday afternoon at a business along Cherokee Street. A single ambulance was parked outside the building as hundreds of people were gathered about a half-block away to see what was going on.

The business is in a neighborhood where many Hispanics have relocated in recent years. The street is lined with antique shops, kitsch stores and other shops.

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