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Old 08-27-2007, 10:08 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Have you seen this Saturn? Texas Police Hunting Stolen Saturn After Multiple Homicide


AUSTIN Officers checking on a house northwest of Austin discovered four slain bodies inside, a sheriff's spokesman said.

Travis County Sheriff's spokesman Roger Wade said early Monday that the deaths were ruled homicides, but the manner of death was still under investigation.

Officers found the bodies Sunday evening in the home in a Jonestown subdivision, about 15 miles northwest of Austin.

"Some people called the Jonestown Police Department to see if they could check on the welfare of a family member," Wade said.

Sheriff's investigators were assisting the Jonestown Police Department in securing the area and had obtained a search warrant to enter the house late Sunday, Wade said.

The people were pronounced dead at about 8:30 p.m. Wade did not have information on the identities, age or gender of the dead. He said it has not been determined when the people died.

Authorities had not announced any suspects in the case.

"They want to look at the evidence before we start announcing suspects," he said.

A faded white 2001 model Saturn station wagon was missing from the residence. The car had a Texas license plate number Y43-ZWV.

Wade described the area as "a subdivision with large lots, lot of trees, in the hills between Lago Vista and Jonestown. It's got some high-dollar houses up in here. It's all houses in among the cedar trees of northwestern Travis County."

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A man suspected of killing five people in Texas since Friday was arrested today, more than 1,800 miles away in Long Island, N.Y., law enforcement sources have confirmed to ABC News.

http://www.abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=3528350
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