Murder-suicide in Spring Garden Museum Towers

Posted: April 02, 2013

POLICE WERE INSIDE the Museum Towers on 18th Street near Spring Garden late Sunday night investigating a murder-suicide involving a 29-year-old woman and a man who appears to have been the shooter.

Sgt. Tim Devlin said the shooting stemmed from an apparent domestic dispute, but he couldn't provide additional details Sunday night.

At the main entrance to the Spring Garden luxury high-rise, the head of security was attempting to assuage residents' concerns - while declining to tell them what had occurred.

"We got a little situation, but it's under control," said the man, who would not provide his name.

"I don't feel safe going up to my apartment," said a woman, as she walked past the police cars. "Take my word for it," he responded, "nobody is in any danger."

The identities of the man and woman have not been released. Police say both were found in the apartment's front bedroom. The shooting occurred about 8:20 p.m.

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