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UPDATE: 3 Children Found Shot Dead In Texas Apartment

HOUSTON, Texas - Authorities say a man has been charged with murder in the shooting deaths of his three children at their suburban Houston apartment. Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Jamie Wagner says Muhammed Goher, 47, has been charged with three counts of capital murder. She says authorities are investigating the case as a triple homicide and attempted suicide.

Wagner says two girls, ages 13 and 7, and a 12-year-old boy were found dead Sunday in the apartment building, about three miles south of Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport. She says Goher was listed in stable condition at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, where he is being treated for a gunshot wound.

Wagner says no motive has been established for the shootings.

Previous Coverage:

HOUSTON, Texas - Authorities say three children were found shot to death and a man was found wounded at a suburban Houston apartment complex. Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Jamie Wagner says detectives are trying to determine who was responsible for the shootings. She says the shootings were reported about 9:45 a.m. Sunday at the apartment, about three miles south of Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport.

Wagner says she doesn't know the victims' identities, ages or their relationship to one another. She says the man is being treated for a gunshot wound and was listed in stable condition at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston.

Wagner says investigators are interviewing a woman heard screaming while running from the apartment.

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