KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ The investigation into a quadruple homicide leads authorities to a Kansas City home.
Evidence is being processed after the home was searched Thursday night. And the squad of officers that had been assembled to investigate the killings is handing the case back to Raytown police.
The investigation began Monday after the bodies of two adults and two children were found inside a Raytown apartment.
Authorities identified the adult victims as 33-year-old Andre D. Jones and 21-year-old Precious Triplett. Relatives said the children were two of Triplett's nephews, 10-year-old Amir Clemons and his 7-year-old brother, Gerard Clemons.
Triplett's toddler son was found unharmed in the apartment.
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