Iowa family of four found dead in Mexican resort town

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Mexican authorities said there are no indications of violence in the deaths of four members of an Iowa family found in a condominium where they were vacationing near the resort town of Tulum.

The Mexican Embassy in Washington, D.C., and the office of the attorney general for the state of Quintana Roo on Mexico’s Caribbean coast both told NBC News that no indications of a struggle or crime were found on the bodies or in the condominium where the Sharp family was staying.

“So far, no signs of violence have been found,” said Paulina Chávez Alonzo, spokeswoman for the embassy.

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