DURHAM, N.C. (AP) -- Police in North Carolina say two people have been found dead with gunshot wounds at a doctors' office.
- Officers were called to the building's parking lot Monday around 8 a.m. and found a man and woman dead
- The victims have been identified as Victoria Amanda St. Hillaire, 28, and Lequintin Ford, 33, no suspect is on the loose
- The shooting happened in the vicinity of the UNC Family Medicine Center at Durham
A Durham Police Department news release says officers were called to the building's parking lot Monday around 8 a.m. and found a man and woman dead.
The woman has been identified as 28-year-old Victoria Amanda St. Hillaire and 33-year-old Lequintin Ford.
Police say the building was quickly secured and no suspect is on the loose. The department declined to release more details on what led to the shooting, or answer whether the people knew each other.
Based on the preliminary investigation, it appears that Ford shot Hillaire and then shot himself.
Ford and Hillaire had dated prior to the shooting.
The shooting happened in the vicinity of the UNC Family Medicine Center at Durham, where Hillaire was an employee.
Television news helicopters captured footage of two bodies in the parking lot, but police wouldn't immediately confirm if the shooting happened outside.
Officers said there were 25 to 30 people inside the building when police arrived.