INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Four people were found dead inside a home on the west side of Indianapolis Tuesday morning, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officials said.
It happened in the 3100 block of North Harding Street. Officers were called to the scene around 9 a.m. after the homeowner discovered the bodies.
Initial reports from police were that the victims were two men and two women. Officials later said the victims were three women and one man. Their ages weren’t immediately clear.
Police believe there was forced entry into the home. They say it appears the suspect(s) went through a side door. Inside the home, TVs and other items were turned over.
No suspects were in custody mid-Tuesday morning, but IMPD Chief Rick Hite said he is confident officers will catch who is behind the killings. Detectives say they don’t believe the shooting was random.
Police said there would be traffic restrictions in place around the home while officials investigate.