- Associated Press - Monday, May 16, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Authorities have released the names of three people whose bodies were found inside a Lincoln home.

On Monday police identified the three as 53-year-old Tina Jensen, 50-year-old Ronald Heritage and 55-year-old Norma Voges. Police say Heritage and Jensen were in a relationship and shared the home. Voges was a longtime friend of both.

Officers were called to the scene Sunday afternoon by relatives of Jensen.

Police say a firearm had been found as well as evidence that it had been fired inside the northeast Lincoln residence. Spokeswoman Katie Flood said police need autopsy results before she can say whether investigators suspect a double murder-suicide had occurred.

Police have said there’s no threat to the public.

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