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LEBANON, Ind. — The Lebanon Police Department is investigating after three people were found dead Wednesday evening.

The Lebanon Police Department said officers responded to the 400 block of East Walnut Street around 6:15 p.m. Wednesday on a report of three dead people. When officers arrived, they found three victims inside the residence with what they call obvious violent, traumatic injuries.

Police were able to identify the victims as 19-year-old Grace Bishop, 20-year-old Brannon Martin and 42-year-old Larry Stogsdill Jr., all of Lebanon. Their deaths are being investigated as homicides and reported to be the result of a single gunshot wound each.

The department says the public is not believed to be in any immediate danger. The investigation is in the early stages and the department will provide updates as they become available.