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Mile High Murder, Nos. 3 and 4: A closer look at the Bluff Street home where three people died yesterday

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Last night, Boulder Police confirmed their suspicion that three deaths at a home on the 2400 block of Bluff Street constitute a double homicide/suicide. The bodies haven't been officially identified, but the Denver Post reports that the residence in question was owned by Elizabeth Schwarzenbach. A woman by that name is listed as an agent for Andrus Properties, 2403 Bluff -- the home captured in the image above (if you have problems seeing the graphic, click "View Larger Map"). The Boulder Coroner's Office is expected to formally name the victims and their presumed slayer soon.

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