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Menomonie, WI (KROC AM News) - More information may be released Tuesday about the discovery of four bodies inside in an SUV that was found parked in a cornfield in western Wisconsin.

The Dunn County Sheriff’s Office was alerted after receiving a 911 call just after 2:00 pm Sunday.


According to the sheriff’s office, the four people were homicide victims and apparently did not “have any connection to the area.” The SUV had Minnesota license plates.

The sheriff’s office says “There may have been a second dark colored SUV traveling with the black SUV that may be related.”

The office also asked the public for “any information of someone walking in the area or possibly going to a residence to ask for a ride early Sunday morning or late Saturday night.”

The site where the SUV was found near the Town of Sheridan in northern Dunn County.

News update:  Rural Olmsted County man almost run off the road by a burglary suspect.

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