Authorities are investigating the killings of three family members in their rural southern Mississippi home.
The bodies of 80-year-old Arvin Smith, 74-year-old Maxine Smith and their 48-year-old son Roland Smith were discovered early Friday. Jefferson Davis County Chief Investigator John Wayne Tolar told The Hattiesburg American ( http://hatne.ws/xOw5il) that some suspects are being interviewed.
Coroner Jim Slater said an autopsy late Friday confirmed that all three died from multiple gunshots.
Tolar said authorities are trying to determine a motive.
A cousin of Arvin Smith _ Sue Smith _ said that she called police from her home across the street after hearing gunshots and seeing muzzle flashes.
Information from: The Hattiesburg American, http://www.hattiesburgamerican.com
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