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(CNN) — Five people are dead in what investigators believe could be a murder-suicide at a nursing center and a nearby home in southern Texas, an official said.

Police in Robstown, outside Corpus Christi, said they were called to a shooting at the Retama Manor Nursing Center around 7 p.m. Friday.

The article goes on to state the following:

They found three people dead with gunshot wounds, including the suspected shooter, Robstown city secretary Herman Rodriguez said.

In a press release, the Robstown Police Department identified the shooter as Richard Starry, 60. A handgun was found near Starry, the release said.
Police also identified the two victims in the nursing home as Ernest Starry, 85, and his wife, Thelma Montalvo, the shooter’s father and stepmother.
Police were then called to a shooting down the road, at the elder Starry and Montalvo’s home, where they found two other people dead with gunshot wounds. They were identified as the couple’s 13-year-old adopted son and Montalvo’s 41-year-old son.

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