Deaths Ruled Homicides After Bodies Found In Akron

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A medical examiner's office says four young adults found dead in a northeast Ohio townhome all died of gunshot wounds to the head.
The Summit County examiner's office said Friday the deaths of the two men and two women were ruled homicides.
The office identified the men as 24-year-old Ronald Roberts and 23-year-old Kem Delaney, both of Akron.

The women were identified as 19-year-olds Maria Nash and Kiana Welch.

No hometowns were listed for them.
The bodies were discovered Thursday afternoon at a housing complex in the Chapel Hill section of Akron, about 35 miles south of Cleveland.
Police have interviewed neighbors but have not released many details about the investigation.

There's been no word on any suspects.

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