Kansas City Police Investigate Suspicious Death Saturday Night

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Suspicious death 7300 block Wabash

Tonight just before 6pm officers were called to a residence in the 7300 block of Wabash on a check the welfare call.

The caller had not been able to get ahold of their family that live at the residence and were concerned so they called police.

On arrival police met the caller at the residence. Officers went inside and located an adult female and a juvenile female inside the residence unresponsive with unknown injuries.

Officers summoned EMS to the scene.  They declared the adult female deceased at the scene, and transported the juvenile female to the hospital for treatment.  At last check she was listed in critical condition.

Our homicide detectives are here investigating what is being called a suspicious death at this time.  They will be processing the scene along with crime scene investigators, and canvassing for witnesses in the area.

If anyone in this area heard or saw anything over the last several hours they are asked to contact the Homicide Unit directly at 816-234-5043 or the TIPS hotline anonymously at 816-474-TIPS, There is a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to an arrest in this case.

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Body of woman found inside Kansas City home; juvenile transported to hospital

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) --- Police in Kansas City are investigating a suspicious death in the 7300 block of Wabash. Police say a woman's body was found at a home after they were called out for a welfare check. An injured juvenile female was also found unresponsive with unknown injuries.

KCPD investigating suspicious death in 7300 block of Wabash

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department is investigating a suspicious death in the 7300 block of Wabash. Officers were called to a residence in the area for a welfare call at 6 p.m. The caller had not been able to contact their family who lived in the residence and was concerned.

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