Deaths of 2 women called ‘suspicious;’ no danger to public
VENTNOR – Authorities in South Jersey are investigating what they are calling the “suspicious” deaths of two women, but they say they don’t believe there is any danger to the public.
The Atlantic County prosecutor’s office says the deaths occurred in Ventnor but provided no other details, including the ages of the women and the time and circumstances of their deaths.
Officials said the deaths are believed to be “an isolated incident” and there is no apparent danger to the public.
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