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Bodies of Two Men Found in SUV in Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ Indianapolis police are investigating the deaths of two men whose bodies were found in a sport-utility vehicle hours after nearby residents heard what they thought were firecrackers.
Police spokesman Lt. Chris Bailey tells The Indianapolis Star that a couple living at a home in the area told officers they heard popping sounds that they assumed to be firecrackers about 11:30 p.m. Thursday.
Bailey says the couple then went to bed and awoke Friday morning to find the Chevy Suburban in which the men's bodies were discovered.
Police planned to release additional information on the men's deaths later Friday.
Thirty-three-year-old Rick Markle says he's lived in the southeast side neighborhood his entire life and has never noticed much crime in the area. He says the men's deaths are “scary, crazy.''

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