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NYPD: 3 Killed, 1 Injured in Murder-Suicide in Upstate New York

January 14, 2021

SCHODACK, N.Y. — Police were investigating a double murder-suicide at an upstate New York home on Thursday.

The three unidentified people were killed at about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at a home in Schodack, about 10 miles southeast of Albany. Another victim was hospitalized with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to the arm, according to state police.

Police did not divulge what, if any, relationships there were among the victims. Police said they did not believe there was any danger to the public. 

The investigation was continuing.

"We'll delve into neighborhood interviews, family friends, background, some employment, co-workers," said state police Capt. Richard O'Brien.

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