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11/26/12, DALLAS, TEXAS — Dallas Police are searching for a killer or killers of a triple homicide at a Motel 6 Yesterday Morning. .people, two male, one female, after they were found shot to death at a Motel 6 Yesterday Morning.

The motel is located north of the High 5 interchange in the 13000 block of Central Expressway and I-635 LBJ Freeway in North Dallas, TX.

Cleaning crew stumbled upon the bodies of Marco Barajas, 27, Manases Perez, 26, and Ingrid Ramirez, 22, on Saturday morning between 11a.m. and 12p.m.

Authorities didn’t immediately release the names of the victims and were waiting until after notifying the relatives. They described the victims are two males, one Caucasian and one Latino, and one female, Latino.

Motel 6

Three murdered bodies were discovered by hotel staff in a Dallas Motel 6 and now police are searching for the culprit

The shocked employees who discovered the bodies after going in the room to clean have declined to comment.

Police are still searching for suspects and a possible motive. Authorities are asking the public for any information regarding this triple homicide to please contact: Dallas Police Department

Dallas Police Department have a Facebook page set up and have listed the incident, saying:

The three victims of the triple murder that occurred on November 24, 2012 at the Motel 6, 13185 N. Central Expressway have been identified. The victims are; Marco Barajas L/M/10-16-85, Manases Perez L/M/07-28-86 and Ingrid Ramirez L/F/07-20-90. Next of kin notifications have been made. The incident has been documented on case numbers; 291441-Z, 291773-Z and 291774-Z. There is no suspect information at this time.
Followed up with:
On November 24, 2012 officers responded to the Motel 6 at 13185 N. Central Expressway when the cleaning crew entered the room and discovered a W/M, a L/M and a L/F deceased from apparent gunshot wounds. The investigation is ongoing.Positive identification has not been made nor has next of kin notifications. No further information at this time
As of right now, police have no suspects or motive and are asking the public for any information to please contact: Dallas Tip-line by clicking here.