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2 dead after murder-suicide incident in Roseville strip mall

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Roseville police confirm both men who were shot in a Roseville strip mall are now dead in what was described as an attempted murder-suicide on Thursday afternoon, Fox 9 is now reporting.

Earlier Thursday, news outlets reported that one man was dead and another man in critical condition, according to police.

The surviving victim was taken to HCMC, but he later died of his injuries Thursday night, according to KMSP-TV.

WCCO-TV reports that at approximately 4:15 p.m., the shooting was reported behind the REI in Roseville, according to Roseville police spokesman Lt. Lorne Rosand. The store is located on 1955 West County Road B2. The shooting is not related to the store, reports WCCO.

KARE 11's Jay Olstad was on the scene and tweeted this:

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