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North Charleston Police investigate possible murder-suicide on Thoroughbred Street

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The scene in a North Charleston community where police are investigating a possible murder-suicide. The scene in a North Charleston community where police are investigating a possible murder-suicide.
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC -

Around 8:30 a.m. Tuesday North Charleston Police responded to 4600 Thoroughbred Street for a domestic incident between a man and woman.

When officers arrived at the scene several people were leaving the home.  As police approached the home they heard two gunshots.

Once police were inside the home they discovered a male and female both dead.

Police continue to investigate. 

Stay with News 2 for the latest on this developing story.

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