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Father and teenage daughter found fatally shot in San Diego home

A man and his teenage daughter were found shot to death in their home in the San Carlos neighborhood of San Diego, police said Saturday.

The 55-year-old wife is being questioned but no arrest has been made nor has a motive for the killings been established, according to Lt. Kevin Rooney.

Police went to the family apartment around 1:35 a.m. after neighbors reported hearing gunshots. The wife of the male victim called an out-of-state relative to say that her husband and daughter were dead, Rooney said.

Police are seeking a search warrant to enter the apartment, while the wife is being questioned at police headquarters, Rooney said. No names were released.


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