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Preliminary Autopsy Released In Death Of SD Man

September 27, 2012, 7:41 PM

Preliminary Autopsy Released In Death Of SD Man
RAPID CITY, SD -

A preliminary autopsy report shows a man killed in Rapid City earlier this week died from gunshot wounds.

Tarah Heupel with the Rapid City police department says final autopsy results for 21-year-old Dallas Two Bulls will not be completed for several weeks, but preliminary results show he died from multiple gunshot wounds to the head.

Police say Two Bulls allegedly entered the home of 69-year-old Thomas Wilson early Tuesday morning. Two Bulls reportedly beat Wilson with a blunt object before Wilson shot Two Bulls several times.

Wilson was treated at a local hospital for serious injuries.

Police say the case remains under investigation.

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