2 shot lifeless on the Westmoreland County Residence – CBS Pittsburgh

PENN TOWNSHIP, PA (KDKA) – Two bodies were found in a house in Westmoreland County on Monday.

The coroner was called to the 2100 block on Claridge-Elliot Road Monday, where a man and woman were found shot dead.

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Photos of the scene showed a heavy law enforcement presence. The focus was in the driveway of a farmhouse off the road. The couple who lived there stayed to themselves and they were spotted on a motorcycle on Sunday afternoon.

(Photo: KDKA photojournalist Ken Murray)

Neighbors said they knew something was wrong when an investigation car and dozens of police cars filled the street at the scene on Monday morning.

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Police details were limited, but Penn Township Police issued a BOLO on a vehicle after saying dispatchers received a call Monday morning for ambulance at a residence on Claridge-Elliott Road.

Police later found the vehicle, a 2005 red Toyota Tacoma pickup truck with an extended cab. It has the license plate ZHC8636, a thin blue sticker on the left rear driver side and a black bug shield visor on the front. The truck was found in Manor Borough, where police have set up a command post.

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The police don’t know where the suspect is. Police say the truck is part of an “active murder investigation”.

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