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GRAHAM (CBSDFW.COM/AP)Investigators say a Texas sheriff’s deputy fatally shot his son before killing himself at the home they shared in northwest of Fort Worth.

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Graham police Chief Tony Widner said in a statement Tuesday that 61-year-old Joseph Parker killed his son, 27-year-old Kensy Parker. Their bodies were found Thursday in a bedroom at the home.

Widner initially declined to comment on the circumstances surrounding the deaths as investigators awaited forensic results.

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He says no note was found and that the motive for the shooting is not clear.

The elder Parker was a deputy for the Young County sheriff’s office and previously was an officer for the Graham police department.

Graham is about 85 miles northwest of Fort Worth.

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