South Bay News
2 bodies found shot in Sunnyvale home
SUNNYVALE, Calif. (KGO) -- In Sunnyvale Tuesday night police made a disturbing discovery. They found the bodies of two people inside a home and it appears they were shot to death. It is unclear who killed them.
Police arrived at the home on Nectarine Avenue, near Cambridge Avenue, around 7:30 p.m. and stayed throughout the night to do an investigation.
Police say three people live at the home, a mother, a father, and a teenage son. However, it is not clear who the two victims are. Police questioned the survivor, but it is unclear if that person was at the home when the shooting happened or if that family member discovered the bodies.
sunnyvale, shooting, crime, south bay news, alan wang
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