WJHL.com - Update: Names released in Jonesborough murder-suicide

Update: Names released in Jonesborough murder-suicide

Posted: Updated: Aug 17, 2013 04:54 AM EDT
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UPDATE: 4:17 p.m.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office has released the names of the man and woman killed in a murder-suicide: husband and wife James Dennis and Amy Dennis.

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The Washington County, Tennessee Sheriff's Office confirmed to News Channel 11 that it is investigating a murder-suicide near Jonesborough on Smith Lane.

Officials on the scene told News Channel 11 a man and woman had been dead since Wednesday from apparent gunshot wounds. 

The sheriff says their bodies were found near the back door of the home.

Authorities were tipped off to make a welfare check after the woman did not show up for work. 

Investigators say they are still trying to contact family members to notify them of their deaths. 

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