Overnight shooting in South Bend leaves two dead

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Two people died Saturday morning in South Bend as a result of a shooting that is currently being investigated as a double homicide. Each victim was located at two separate locations. 

South Bend Police were called to Lasalle Park Homes Apartments around 12:20 a.m. concerning a shooting.

Police later confirmed the shooting victim found at the Lasalle Park Homes Apartments as 32-year-old Eric Johnson, who was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Then, South Bend Police were called for a report that someone had a gunshot wound on the 1100 block of Cedar Street, which is not far from the Lasalle Park Homes Apartments.

However, police say it's not clear if the second victim was shot on Cedar Street or somewhere else. 

Police confirmed the fatal shooting victim found on Cedar Street as 25-year-old Annaliese Matson.

Police say SWAT was activated around 4 a.m. after reports a suspect from the Lasalle Park Homes Apartments shooting was in the area. But, SWAT was unable to locate that person on Cedar Street. 

The Violent Crimes Unit is investigating this shooting as a double homicide.

Police say no arrests have been made in connection with this case.

Since Thursday night, four people have been shot and killed in Michiana. Three in South Bend alone. 

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