FISHERS, Ind. (AP) — Officials say the bodies of two longtime teachers have been found at a home in suburban Indianapolis.
Fishers police responding to a report Wednesday night of shots fired found the bodies of a man and woman. Details about the circumstances of the deaths weren’t immediately released, but police Sgt. Tom Weger says investigators don’t believe anyone else is involved.
Names weren’t immediately released. Autopsies were planned.
The Hamilton Southeastern school district described the man and woman as longtime staff members and said classes at Hoosier Road Elementary School and Fall Creek Intermediate School are canceled Thursday for grief counseling. Other schools in the district are scheduled to stay open.
A tweet from district Superintendent Allen Bourff says the district is “mourning the loss of two beloved teachers.”
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