INDEPENDENCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A woman suspected of killing her boyfriend and a brother over the weekend was found dead Monday in a wooded area in southeastern Michigan, authorities said.

Ruby Taverner, 22, shot herself, the Oakland County sheriff’s office said.

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Investigators were seeking Taverner for the fatal shooting of Ray Muscat, 26, and Bishop Taverner, 25, at an apartment building in Independence Township.

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“Our investigators will now pivot to see if we can answer the question on everyone’s mind: Why?” Sheriff Mike Bouchard said.

Muscat and Bishop Taverner were killed early Sunday.

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