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Five people have died following a shooting at a health spa in what appears to be a murder-suicide, it has emerged.

Four people were found already dead when police officers arrived at Sujung Beauty Health and Sauna in Norcross, Georgia, last night.

A fifth victim was pronounced dead at a local hospital.

It is believed that the shooter, who has not been identified, is among the dead.

Police said the weapon which they believed was used by the gunman was found at the scene.

They are not looking for any other suspects. Norcross Police Chief Warren Summers said preliminary evidence suggested the shooting may have been a murder-suicide.

'It appears that way, but we are investigating,' Summers said in comments carried by local FOX 5 television news.
Norcross is a city of 10,000 people located about 20 miles northeast of Atlanta.

Police received reports of shots fired at about 8.45 pm.

A spokesman for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the agency was assisting in the case. Police are still unable to release the identification of those who died and do not know the relationships between the person who did the shooting and the victims.

The Sujung Beauty Health and Sauna has not commented.

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