Investigation underway for eight found dead in Princess Anne home

IMG_5546 - CopyPRINCESS ANNE — Eight people, one adult and seven children, were found deceased in a house at 30150 Antioch Avenue in Princess Anne on Monday, April 6, and Princess Anne Police are investigating. The cause of death, and other details surrounding the situation won’t be released until the investigation is more complete, said Capt. Tim Bozman of the PAPD.

What started the investigation is that family and friends reported them missing, the captain said. The PAPD is the lead investigating unit, but during the afternoon State Police, Sheriff Ronnie Howard and deputies along with State’s Attorney Dan Powell were on the scene.

Gillis Gilkerson Inc. of Salisbury was listed as the property owner.

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