Three people were shot and killed in quiet Jupiter neighbhorhood in northern Palm Beach County, according to police.
Police urged residents in the 1100 block of Mohawk Street to stay inside their homes as they searched for the killer, the Palm Beach Post reported.
“We were sitting in the living room after the Super Bowl,” Vicki Wagley told the Post. “We heard four quick shots. Then quiet for about 10 seconds. Then four more shots. I thought it was Patriots fans celebrating the Super Bowl. Then we saw police cars outside.”
Later Monday, police evacuated 15 homes after a suspicious package was found. They also said they have a person of interest in custody, according to WPTV.
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Authorities were called to the street at 10:30 p.m. Sunday after reports of shots in the area, WPEC reported.
The crime scene is near Jupiter Christian School, which was shut down on Monday.
Jupiter police said they have no description of a suspect and have not released the identities of the victims.
“Very unusual for this quiet community,” CBS12 reporter Kristen Chapman said on Twitter.