2 found dead in Kindersley, Sask. home after reported shooting

RCMP call Kindersley, Sask. shooting deaths a murder-suicide
WATCH: RCMP say a husband and wife were found dead in Kindersley, Sask., in what investigators believe was a murder-suicide.

UPDATE: RCMP believe Kindersley, Sask. husband, wife dead in murder-suicide

RCMP say two people were found dead in Kindersley, Sask., after a reported shooting on Thursday.

Police said officers were called to a home in the 1000-block of 1st Street West, north of the Kindersley Hospital, just after 10 a.m. for a report of a firearm being discharged.

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The call came in from a person inside the home who had fled, according to police.

A perimeter was set up by RCMP and all schools in Kindersley were put in hold and secure modes.

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Kindersley RCMP says two people were found dead in a home after a report of a firearm being discharged on Dec. 12, 2019. Mandy Vocke / Global News

Officers entered the home at roughly 3 p.m. and located a man and woman, who were both dead. Their names, ages and causes of death were not released.

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No one else was inside the home, RCMP said.

Police believe there is no risk to public safety thus far.

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The perimeter set up in the area of Highway 21 to the west, Highway 7 to the north, south to the hospital, and east to Main Street has re-opened.

A perimeter surrounding the home continues as the RCMP major crimes unit investigates.

Kindersley is approximately 185 kilometres southwest of Saskatoon.