MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A second man has died in a Roseville murder-suicide, according to police.

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On Thursday afternoon at approximately 4:15 p.m., the shooting was reported behind the REI in Roseville, according to Roseville police spokesman Lt. Lorne Rosand.

Police say there were multiple shots and a roofer may have seen the incident.

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Initially, one man was in critical condition, but passed away at the Hennepin County Medical Center at 6 p.m. Another man was dead on scene. The ages of the men are 44 and 33, and their identities will be released at a later date.

Police found a pistol on scene, along with paperwork blowing around, but wouldn’t say more about that. They did say there were phone calls exchanged and a meeting was arranged.

Police believe one of the men and a woman, who was on scene but wasn’t hurt, worked at CPI Card Group.

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