Police: 2 men found dead in burned West Texas home
SAN ANGELO, Texas (AP) - Emergency personnel responding to a house fire in West Texas have discovered two bodies in what police are calling a homicide investigation.
San Angelo police say the bodies of two men were located before dawn Wednesday in the burned structure. A police statement says autopsies have been ordered.
Names of the men weren't immediately released.
Police in San Angelo didn't immediately release further details.
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