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Three Shot Dead in West Kendall Home

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Miami-Dade Police are investigating the death of two men and one woman found shot dead in a West Kendall townhouse Wednesday night.

Police hurried to the Point Lake townhomes at 8 p.m. to respond to a call about gunshots fired at 15315 SW 76th Terr.

Upon arrival, officers noticed the front door of the residence was ajar. Inside, they found brothers Jason Rios, 31, and Ricardo Rios, 17, and Jason's girlfriend, Lourys Torres, 23, dead with gunshot wounds.

A suspect has not been identified at this time, said Miami-Dade Police spokeswoman Det. Aida Fina-Milian. Police are continuing to investigate.

To view a CBS4 video report about the investigation, click here.

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