'Several' dead after Switzerland house shooting

'Several' dead after Switzerland house shooting

Police have found several people dead after shots were heard in a town in northern Switzerland.

Police in Aargau state said residents heard shots in the town of Wuerenlingen late last night. They alerted police, who found “several” people dead outside and in a house.

All the dead were adults.

Police said they were working to identify the victims and that the circumstances of and possible motive for the shooting remain unclear.

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