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FLAGSTAFF, AZ - The Flagstaff Police Department is investigating their first homicide case in nearly two years.
According to Flagstaff police, two people went to check on their friend who lives in a camper shell in the back of his pickup truck near 2300 East Spruce Avenue in Flagstaff.
Police said the friends found the back door open, and the victim was covered in blood and not breathing.
The victim was described as a white male in his fifties or sixties.
Flagstaff police took the two friends and two other people in for questioning.
Police have not released any more information.
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