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Mother, son found dead in Glidden homicide

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GLIDDEN (KWWL) -

The Iowa Department of Public Safety says a mother and son are the victims of homicide in Glidden.

48-year-old Tammie Devore and 30-year-old Karl Devore were found dead at the scene.

Authorities were called to 129 Carroll Street, Lot #5, in Glidden on Sunday night.  When officers arrived, they found the bodies of the Devores.

Investigators believe this is an isolated incident and the public is not in danger.

The community of Glidden is north and west of Des Moines in Carroll County.

Investigators are still reviewing what happened.

If you have any information, contact the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office at (712) 792-4393.


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