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* Chang Young Cho and In Ku Lee found dead in Vogue Cleaners at 595 Escuela Ave. has been ruled murder-suicide

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Police have classified the deaths of two people whose bodies were found inside a Mountain View dry cleaning business on Friday as a murder-suicide.The victims were identified as Chang Young Cho, 70, and In Ku Lee, 62. They were a divorced couple from Mountain View who had been running Vogue Cleaners at 595 Escuela Ave. together for more than 20 years, Mountain View police spokeswoman Liz Wylie said.A Vogue Cleaners employee found the bodies at about 6:45 a.m. Friday and called 911. Lee had been shot multiple times in her torso and head, Wylie said. Cho, who is the suspected shooter, had suffered one gunshot wound.Wylie said officers recovered a handgun inside the business. She said all evidence indicates that Cho killed Lee then shot himself.”We’ve classified this as a murder-suicide; however, we will not make a final determination until we’ve had a chance to review all evidence,” Wylie said.Wylie said Cho and Lee were not living together and had been divorced for years. They did not have children together, but each had children from previous relationships, Wylie said.An autopsy was scheduled today for Cho. Lee’s autopsy was conducted Monday.

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