FBI seeks shooter in Alaska Coast Guard deaths
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- An FBI spokesman says they're still looking for someone who shot and killed two Coast Guard members on an island off Alaska's mainland.
FBI agents are probing Thursday's deaths at a Coast Guard communication station on Kodiak Island.
The bodies were found Thursday morning shortly after the two would have arrived for work at the station, which monitors radio traffic from ships and planes.
The victims' identities were expected to be released later Friday.
Coast Guard officials and the FBI are being tight-lipped about the investigation. FBI spokesman Eric Gonzalez says there is no evidence to suggest the killings are anything other than a double homicide.
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