Four people were killed Friday night during a home invasion in Cambria County, police said.
According to authorities, the victims were shot to death after a couple broke in to a Bottom Road home in Allegheny Township about 10 p.m.
State police said a man, later identified as John Frew, reported shooting two intruders after he told officials they entered his home and shot his wife, Roberta Frew, 64, and son, John Frew Jr., 47, both of whom were killed. When police arrived at the home, officers discovered Roberta Frew’s body near the front door of the home. John Frew Jr.’s body was found in the kitchen, police said.
Officials said one of the intruders was the man’s daughter, Josephine Ruckinger, while the second intruder was Ruckinger’s husband, Jeff Ruckinger.
Jeff Ruckinger was pronounced dead at the home. Josephine Ruckinger died from a gunshot wound to the head at an Altoona hospital, investigators said.
A vehicle used by the intruders was removed from the driveway of the home.
No further information has been made available.
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