Two men were shot and killed in Dayton Ohio on Thursday.
Two other men and a woman are in critical condition, according to the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
The FBI has said the shooting appears to have been a drive-by shooting, but authorities have not said whether the victims were killed by an officer or were the intended targets of the shooting.
The shooting happened around 3:45 p.m. in the 900 block of N. 12th Street.
It took place in the home of Robert Johnson, a 58-year-old man, and his 72-year old wife, Dawn Johnson.
They had recently moved to Dayton from Indiana, and Dawn had just returned from a trip to Colorado, according.
The couple has four children, ages 14, 13, and 9, according a Facebook page for Dawn Johnson that was set up to remember her and mourn her death.
“They were a loving couple, loving children and a loving husband,” the page said.
“They will be missed.”
According to the Dayton Police Department, two men, ages 29 and 30, were in critical, non-life-threatening condition when they were transported to a local hospital.
The oldest of the two men was shot in the upper torso.
Investigators have not released the names of the victims, but a neighbor told reporters that the man had recently stopped in and left his car at the home.
Police said the two other men were in stable condition, but not life-threatening.
According a Dayton Police News release, the couple was in the process of moving into their new home on Thursday night.
“We have been blessed with great memories of our life together,” the statement said.
Authorities say a second vehicle involved in the shooting, a white Dodge Charger, was parked in front of the home and parked in the driveway of the Johnson’s home.
Authorities say that both vehicles have been recovered.
The Ohio Bureau Of Criminal Investigation is handling the investigation, and police have not made any arrests.
Police were called to the home in the 1700 block of East Main Street in Dayton around 3 p.d. to investigate a report of a shooting.
The Johnsons have been charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of felony hit-and-run and a single count of felonious assault, the Dayton Post-Crescent reports.
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The suspect, who was described as a white man, reportedly told police that he and his wife were returning from Colorado, and that they were returning to Dayton to celebrate the birth of their second child.
They were headed to a funeral home in Dayton, but stopped in the parking lot of a nearby convenience store to pick up food and then went inside, the Post-CM reports.
A man who answered the phone at the convenience store, who said he was the owner of the store, said the Johnsons had recently purchased the convenience center, which is near the home, and he believed the Johnson family was using the store as a place to store and carry their weapons.
After officers arrived at the scene, they found two adults in the front yard of the residence who were unresponsive, and two children in the back yard.
One child was taken to a nearby hospital, where his condition was stabilized.
Police were trying to determine whether the two children had been hit by gunfire.
At the time of the incident, the Johnson children were 8 and 7 years old, police said.
The family has since been reunited with their families.
Video footage from a nearby car surveillance camera showed a white car that appeared to have stopped at the intersection of East 13th Street and North 11th Street, which leads to the Johnson home.
It is unclear whether the driver of the vehicle had been identified.
The surveillance video appears to show a gray Dodge Chargers stop at the same intersection.
It was not immediately clear if anyone else was injured in the incident.
A police officer at the hospital told local reporters that he had been with the department for over 30 years, and was familiar with the area.
On Thursday, police were also called to a home in a different area of Dayton, which was located a few blocks away from the Johnson house.
The caller reported that the home had a “white vehicle” in the backyard, and a neighbor reported seeing a man in the neighborhood who was apparently “acting suspiciously.”
Investigators say the investigation is ongoing.