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Police seeks for man accused of murder of two sisters
11:03 16.07.2012
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A nationwide search is  for a 38-year-old man, who killed two sisters and their mother. One of the dead was his ex-girlfriend.

Police said, "He is believed to be armed and dangerous. Citizens should contact police immediately and not approach him."

About the ancident police informed from hotline. However, when police arrived, they discovered that three people were wounded and two of them was fatal. Police did not name the  names. The motive of the murder is still unknown.

The case was occure in Missure state.

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