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Roseville police find mother and son dead in van | Update

Both had gunshot wounds, however, police say one was self-inflicted.

ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Update:

Sacramento County Sheriff's Office [SCSO] has confirmed that the two people found on Sunday morning were missing persons Shana Pringle and her son Noah.

"The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office extends its deepest sympathy to the family of Shana and Noah for the tragic ending discovered in Placer County early this morning," a representative for the sheriff's office said in a statement to ABC10. 

The two were allegedly last seen on Monday, Nov. 23, in Roseville. Both the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office and the Placer County Sheriff's Office are working together on this investigation.

Original story:

The Roseville Police Department is investigating after an officer found two people shot dead inside of a vehicle on Sunday morning.

At around 3 a.m., department officials say an officer noticed a parked vehicle that looked out of place in the 1500 block of Eureka Boulevard, a short drive from the Kaiser Roseville Medical Center. The officer discovered two bodies inside the vehicle, police say.

Detectives arrived and determined that both people had died from gunshot wounds, and department officials say that one of the wounds was self-inflicted. 

The investigation is ongoing. 


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