Milwaukee police are looking into homicide in the deaths of three people in a home on the city's north side.
Milwaukee Police Department spokeswoman Anne E. Schwartz says the bodies were discovered by a relative of at least one of the victims. She says the relative went to the home to check on the victims' welfare.
Schwartz says the victims are a 51-year-old woman and two men who were 33 and 35 years old.
She says the three appeared to have died in the house, but she would not say how they died, whether they were related or if they lived there.
The home is across the street from the Clarke Street elementary school. Police say the deaths had no relation to the school but officers escorted students who live in the neighborhood home this afternoon.
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