In an apparent murder-suicide, two people were found dead Friday at the Edge at Yardley luxury apartment complex in Lower Makefield, Pennsylvania. 

Police said that they responded to a report of shooting at the 1800 block of Cornerstone Drive. When they arrived, police found a man lying on the ground outside an apartment with multiple gunshot wounds to his face and body.

Lower Makefield police chief Ken Coluzzi said that officials saw the shooter enter a downstairs apartment. Police determined the man was inside the apartment. Bucks County SWAT Team members attempted to make contact with him to negotiate but failed. 

About 50 residents from the complex were evacuated to the township building on Edgewood Road.  On Friday evening, SWAT team members entered the apartment and found the man dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head and a weapon in his head.

Police identified the shooter as Brian Moyer, 59, of Lower Makefield, and the victim as a Lower Makefield man in his early 30s. Police are working to contact the victim’s next of kin. Coluzzi said Moyer and the victim lived in separate upstairs and downstairs apartments.

A motive in the incident remains unclear.

crime scene This is a representational image showing a crime scene tape in Alexandria, Virginia, on June 15, 2017. Photo: Getty Images/Mark Wilson

In another murder-suicide incident, a woman allegedly shot her husband before killing herself in an apparent murder-suicide at a convenience store in Strasburg, Virginia. According to Frederick County Sheriff's Office, the incident took place Wednesday (May 20). The woman walked into the Bo's Express at 3612 Valley Pike (Rt. 11) near Kernstown and told the clerk that she had just shot her husband and was about to kill herself. Witnesses said the woman had blood on her clothing and was holding a gun.

The woman then left the store and got into a red Jeep parked in the store's parking lot. When authorities arrived at the scene, they established a perimeter around the Jeep, as well as a black SUV that was parked directly next to it. Deputies tried to call out to make contact with anyone inside.