Four people murdered in "Research Triangle Park": RTP houses global Pharma, Tech, Banking, R&D firms
2011-06-13 0:00

From: Yahoo.ca / AP

Four people have been found shot to death along a highway in a North Carolina business research park.

The Durham County Sheriffs Office says the bodies of three women were found early Saturday in a car on N.C. Highway 54 in Research Triangle Park, while the body of a man was outside the car. Lt. Stan Harris says the shootings werent random, but he said he couldnt disclose any other details.

Officers responded after receiving a call just before midnight of shots fired. Harris says that when officers arrived, the victims car was the only one on the road.

The bodies were at the state Medical Examiners Office on Saturday. Authorities had not released the victims names because the families hadnt been notified.

The Research Triangle Park is a 7,000-acre (2,800-hectare) research and development park. Its home to more than 170 global companies that employ about 48,000 workers. Companies located there include IBM, Cisco and Credit Suisse.

Article from: ca.news.yahoo.com


Some of the global companies that do research and development at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.




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