Couple’s death seen as possible murder-suicide

Associated Press

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — A husband and wife were found dead in their home early Tuesday, and police were investigating the incident as a possible murder-suicide.

Police found Giuseppa Wallace, 66, dead inside the house from a gunshot wound. Her husband, Darryl Wallace, 65, was also shot and transported to Hennepin County Medical Center, where he died, said Cmdr. Jim Ryan.

A revolver was found at the scene.

Ryan said one of the two people who died called a relative, saying there was a problem at the house. That relative called police.


Police found no note at the scene.

"We are looking in the possibility of a murder-suicide, but it is under investigation," Ryan said. "Part of the investigation is to look into a history of the couple."

Bloomington police said the couple had no history of domestic violence.

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