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Orange County Authorities Release Identities In Murder-Suicide Case

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Orange County deputies say a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agent shot his family to death and then himself. 

Authorities say Ezequiel Almodovar killed a woman and two children aged 16 and 12 before killing himself. 

Deputies found their bodies in their Orlando home on Thursday after receiving a call from someone who was concerned about the family’s well-being. 

Deputies say Almodovar was a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agent working at Orlando International Airport.

A motive has not been released. 

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