Roseville Police issued a press release, within the last hour, with these new details in the double murder case:
"Officers detained for questioning a 35-year old female found near the shooting scene that is reported to be the wife of one of the deceased men and may have witnessed the shooting.
Police will not identify the names of the deceased until after family members have been notified. The ages of the deceased are 44 and 33 years of age.
Preliminary information is the 35-year old female and the 33-year old deceased male were co-workers at CPI Card Group which has an office and manufacturing facility in Roseville. The female is reported to have been married to the 44-year old male who died at HCMC.
Police are currently interviewing the 35-year old female and she is reported to be cooperating with investigators.
The Roseville Police Department is not seeking any additional suspects in this case."
First Update (8:30 p.m.)
A second man has died in the wake of a shooting this afternoon (Thursday) in a Roseville parking lot, according to a media report.
Roseville Police reported being dispatched at 4:15 p.m. to 1955 W. County Road B2 where they found two men down in a parking lot (behind the CPI Card Group building) with one dead at the scene and the second individual sustaining life-threatening injuries. That individual was transported to Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC).
But WCCO reported early this evening the second man "passed away at the Hennepin County Medical Center at 6 p.m"
Roseville Lt. Lorne Rosand, at press briefing late this afternoon, said the shooting preliminarily appeared to be a murder-suicide. The identifies of the deceased men were not available as of the time of this Patch update.
One woman (not identified) on the scene was taken into custody and brought to Roseville Police station for questioning.
Patch will provide more updates as new information becomes available.
Here is a second video (posted above)from Roseville police press conference on Thursday afternoon shooting.
To see the first video from the Roseville press briefing, click on to this link.