Police say the deaths of a man and a woman on the Oneida reservation in northeastern Wisconsin were the result of a double murder.
The victims were identified Thursday as 77-year-old Harry Brown Bear and his 67-year-old wife, Lorraine Brown Bear.
Police found their bodies on Wednesday after a neighbor reported not seeing the couple for a few days. Police believe the bodies were there for several days before they were discovered.
WLUK-TV reports that authorities are not saying how the couple was killed, and they did not release details about potential suspects.
However, they said they do not believe the public is in danger.