DUNDALK, Md. — A 70-year-old man and a 66-year-old woman found dead inside their home on Baybriar Road in Dundalk on Thursday morning.
Baltimore County Police say Susan LeBrun and Dennis Lebrun Sr. were found with gunshot wounds to the upper body.
Anna Zimmerman knew something was wrong when she spotted the son who still lived with them come out of the house before officers arrived.
The son was out in the street saying, ‘My mom and dad are dead. My mom and dad are dead’,” said Zimmerman. “I was like, ‘Are you sure?’ and he was like, ‘Yes, they’re dead and I don’t know what’s the matter. I don’t know what’s the matter.’ He was yelling for ‘Help! Help! Help!’ It was just so sad to hear.”
24 hours after the discovery, a clean up crew showed up at the house where other neighbors reported hearing gunshots an hour before police were called to the home.
While police say they’re not seeking any suspects, at least for now, many wonder what if anything the son may have seen or heard to explain what happened.
“They did question him, because he used to go off a little bit, but then he got put back on his meds and he seemed to be doing fine. You never heard anything over there, so it’s all heartbreaking,” said Zimmerman. “They were good people. They had some arguments over there. But what neighborhoods don’t. They were good people. Too young to die.”
The circumstances surrounding their death is still under investigation. At this time, Homicide Detectives are not seeking any suspects.