Employees have found three our bodies on the entrance to a quarry in far western Wisconsin, and authorities say they’re investigating the deaths as a triple murder
WEST SALEM, Wis. — Employees found three our bodies early Friday on the entrance to a quarry in far western Wisconsin, and authorities stated they’re investigating the deaths as a triple murder.
La Crosse County Sheriff Jeff Wolf referred to as the deaths a “focused act” however declined to inform reporters how the three died, WXOW-TV reported.
Wolf stated the our bodies had been found shortly earlier than 5 a.m. by two staff of the Milestone Quarry close to West Salem, about 14 miles (23 kilometers) northeast of La Crosse, which is alongside the Minnesota border.
He stated authorities are working to establish the victims and that autopsies can be performed. No automobiles had been on the quarry when the our bodies had been discovered.
Wolf stated authorities spent Friday gathering proof on the scene, which he described as “complicated.”
Nobody was in custody and there have been no suspects as of noon Friday, Wolf stated.
The sheriff is looking for video from close by residents with safety cameras. He stated he believes the three victims had been killed someday after darkish on Thursday and earlier than 5 a.m. Friday, and investigators need to see if any cameras recorded automobiles on County Highways M and S throughout that point.
This story has been corrected to indicate that La Crosse, not West Salem, is alongside the Minnesota border.