FBI investigating after 2 Minneapolis men die on Red Lake Reservation

The deaths happened Sunday morning.
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The deaths of two men on the Red Lake Indian Reservation in northern Minnesota is being investigated by the FBI.

The FBI has confirmed that 26-year-old Dustin Barrett and 32-year-old James Rojas III died in a single incident in Redby on Sunday morning.

Both men are from Minneapolis.

At this stage, details about how the men came to die have not been revealed, nor has it been confirmed if the men were tribal members.

The FBI is investigating along with the Red Lake Department of Public Safety and the Headwaters Safe Trails Task Force.

Redby is located on the southern shore of Lower Red Lake, about 30 miles north of Bemidji.

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