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    Three found dead in Stittsville, Ont., home; police say deaths 'suspicious'

    An Ottawa police investigator takes pictures at the scene of an investigation into three deaths in Stittsville, a suburb of Ottawa, on Monday, January 14, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Patrick Doyle

    STITTSVILLE, Ont. - Police are investigating the deaths of three people in a home in the Ottawa suburb of Stittsville.

    Investigators have not released any information about the victims, except to say the deaths are being treated as suspicious.

    However, a spokesman for the Ottawa fire department says two children and one adult were found at the two-storey detached house.

    Marc Messier says the firefighters who were first on the scene at about 5:30 p.m. EDT were ‘‘visibly distraught by what they had witnessed.‘‘

    Police have not yet released any information on the ages of genders of the victims or the circumstances of the deaths.


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