Police arrested a man suspected of killing two men and a woman Tuesday night in Kansas City, Kan.
Police discovered the victims as well as another man who had been wounded about 10:20 p.m. in the 1900 block of South Boeke Street. Three children were found unharmed in the house.
The injured man told police that he had arrived home and was struck in the head by the suspect. The suspect then shot the man in the back and fled. The victim passed out for an unknown amount of time before calling police, police said.
The gunshot victim called police. Upon arrival, officers found the victim. While searching the home, officers then found the two men and a woman shot to death inside the house.
While checking out a possible location for the suspect, police went to the 3200 block of Waverly Avenue. Officers saw the suspect, who fled on foot. Police, with the help of a police dog, arrested the suspect after a search of the area.
Police were not releasing the identities of the victims until family could be notified.
The Kansas City, Kan., Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division was investigating the homicides and asked anyone with information to call the TIPS Hotline at 816-474-8477.