Four relatives killed in Northland home

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PLATTE COUNTY, Mo. -- Investigators outside of Parkville say four people have been killed in a home.

The Platte County Sheriff's Department was dispatched to the home near NW 63rd Street and N Nevada Avenue just after 9:00 p.m. on Sunday on a shooting call.  Early Monday morning, investigators confirmed the four deaths. Investigators are talking to a teenage survivor who called 911 to find out what happened.

“We've got a survivor who has talked to detectives. We are starting to get a little bit of the story from her, but until we do some more investigating we are not going to make any statements about what exactly happened.  We don't believe there is any ongoing threat or anything of that nature to anyone in the neighborhood,” Major Erik Holland with the Platte County Sheriff’s Department said.

Platte County Sheriff Mark Owen told FOX4 that there was not an active search for suspects.  Investigators say the four victims are related, but didn't specify the relations.

Investigators continued to look for evidence hours after responding officers found four people dead at a Platte County home on the night of June 10. (Photo: Ron Kirsch)

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