Police in southcentral Montana say two people are dead in an apparent murder-suicide. Livingston Police Chief Dale Johnson says officers were en route to a reported disturbance between multiple people on Sunday morning when they were told that several shots had been fired. Johnson says when the officers arrived and made contact with one of the people involved in the disturbance, he shot himself. A preliminary investigation shows another person involved in the dispute died of gunshot injuries. The Montana Department of  Criminal Investigation and Montana Highway Patrol are assisting in the investigation.

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