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2 bodies found inside burning Warren home, police say

Discovery made at home on Fairfield Drive, officials say

The discovery was made Friday morning (May 28) in the 31500 block of Fairfield Drive, according to Warren police Commissioner Bill Dwyer.
The discovery was made Friday morning (May 28) in the 31500 block of Fairfield Drive, according to Warren police Commissioner Bill Dwyer.

WARREN, Mich.Warren police said they found two bodies inside a burning home.

The discovery was made at about 6:30 a.m. Friday (May 28) in the 31500 block of Fairfield Drive, according to Warren police Commissioner Bill Dwyer.

Officials said it’s still unclear whether the two people were killed in or before the fire. Police are looking at surveillance camera footage in the neighborhood to determine what led up to the fire.

“It’s very quiet. It’s an older community. Everyone kind of keeps to themselves,” said neighbor Jack Salome. “I just happened to look out the window and saw the cop cars across the street and then I got a phone call asking if my cameras were working. They’re trying to get as much evidence as they can.”

No additional information was revealed. Police continue to investigate.

Update: Police investigate murder-suicide at burned home in Warren


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