According to a press release from the Maine Department of Public Safety, just before noon on Sunday (June 19th) first responders were called to a residence on Fourth Street in Auburn for a report of a cardiac arrest.

Inside the residence, an apartment, first responders found two deceased adults.  They have been identified as 21 year old Kelzie Caron, of Auburn, and 21 year old Pierre Langlois, of Connecticut.

The medical examiner performed autopsies on both Caron and Langlois.  While their manner of death has not been revealed, both deaths have been ruled homicides.

The Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit is being assisted by the Auburn Police Department in the investigation of the case.  Law enforcement are currently in the process of tracking down people on interest in connection with the case.

The press release says, in part:

The State Police Major Crimes Unit are the primary investigators on this case and are being assisted by the Auburn Police Department. The Maine State Police Evidence Response Team spent Sunday and Monday processing the scene. Investigators have been working around the clock investigating leads generated by this incident. We have begun to identify persons of interest in the case and are working to track these people down.

If you know anything that can help police, reach out to the Maine State Police or Auburn Police Department.

*NOTE: All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Of course, our thoughts go out to the friends and families of the victims in this difficult time.

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