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Baltimore Police investigate apparent murder-suicide.

Baltimore Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide on Sunday.

An adult man and a juvenile male were found dead in a vehicle parked the 1900 block of 62nd Street in the Pulaski industrial area near the city line in East Baltimore at about 9:15 a.m., police said.

The man and the juvenile were in the back seat, both with gunshots to the head. They were pronounced dead at the scene, police said.

They were discovered by officers who were patrolling the area.

In a separate incident later Sunday, a man was shot and critically injured in Sandtown-Winchester at about 6:39 p.m., police said. Officers found the victim in the 1100 block of Woodyear St., police said.

Further information was not immediately available in either shooting. Anyone with information should call homicide detectives at 410-396-2100.

On Saturday, police recorded the first three homicides of the new year in Baltimore: Karim Bonner, who had been missing and was found dead in a rented minivan in the 2600 block of Seville Avenue in after being shot in the head; a man fatally shot in the head in the 4500 block of Erdman Avenue in Northeast Baltimore; and another man fatally shot in the head in the 500 block of Queensgate Road in Southwest Baltimore.

Baltimore Sun reporter Colin Campbell contributed to this article.

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