Police are not looking for a suspect in the case

By Tara Fowler
Updated July 06, 2015 08:30 AM
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Police found the bodies of four people, including a local official, who’d been shot to death inside a Rock Hill, South Carolina, home on Sunday.

Authorities are not looking for a suspect in the case, which is being called an apparent murder-suicide, according to NBC News.

The victims have been identified as Randy Eugene Moore, 55; his wife, Anna Moore, 50; her son Jason Lockamy, 32; and Lockamy’s girlfriend Lora Young, 31.

Anna Moore worked as the York County assistant manager, supervising Animal Control, the Department of Fire Safety, Emergency Management, the detention center, Public Safety Communications and the Summer Feeding Program, according to The Rock Hill Herald.

Police are not releasing any further details about the circumstances surrounding the shootings at this time. “We’ll make a determination and then go forward,” York County Sheriff Bruce Bryant said Sunday, USA Today reports.

Authorities did say that one victim was found outside the home, which the family had only moved into about two weeks earlier, neighbors told The Herald.

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