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4 bodies found after potential triple homicide at Vadnais Lake

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VADNAIS HEIGHTS, Minn. (FOX 9) - Authorities recovered the bodies of a woman and three children from Vadnais Lake after multiple agencies began searching the water Friday night following a potential triple homicide.

Multiple agencies searched the water Friday and Saturday for a woman and her three missing young children, including two boys and one girl.

During a press conference Saturday, Undersheriff Mike Martin said one child was pulled out of the water Friday night, a second child was recovered just after midnight Saturday and the third child was recovered around11:00 a.m.

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