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Details from a “domestic-related incident” in Buffalo Grove continue to unfold.
This morning, Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek said an autopsy on a fifth person found dead in a Buffalo Grove home this week showed their death was also a result of sharp-force injuries. Four others found in the house were classified as similar deaths.
Officials have not yet shared who they believe is responsible for the deaths, other than to say it was being probed as a case of domestic violence.
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