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Investigators ‘Heading In Right Direction’ In Triple Killing Investigation

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BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. (WCCO) – It’s been two weeks since a 59-year-old Brooklyn Park woman and her parents were murdered in her home.

Police have yet to make an arrest, but Inspector Todd Milburn says investigators are still getting tips and still working on the case around the clock.

“We feel that we are headed in the right direction,” he said. “But, again, we can’t release too many details about this case, just for the integrity of the case, to ensure it’s done the right way.”

DeLois Brown and her parents — 81 year-old Clover Bolden and 82 year-old James Bolden — were found dead in the home April 9.

From the beginning, the main suspect has been a man in his 20s seen leaving the area on a bike.

Family members say nothing appears to have been taken from the home at the time of the killings.

Police still say the general public is not in danger.

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