HOLBROOK, Idaho (AP) - Authorities are investigating the shooting deaths of three people whose bodies were found at a pit-bull breeding operation outside the small, eastern Idaho town of Holbrook.
The Oneida County Sheriff Department has not yet released the identities of the victims - described as a father, his son and the son's girlfriend.
Sheriff Jeff Semrad says investigators have no suspects in what he called a triple murder case.
The bodies were found Friday afternoon at a property just outside of Holbrook, a town of about 400 people. Police also found two unharmed children at the scene, about 70 pit bulls and a marijuana growing operation in the basement of the home.
Semrad believes the slayings occurred between Thursday afternoon and Friday. The bodies were discovered by a visitor to the property.
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