WOODBRIDGE, VA – Two men died of gunshot wounds in a Woodbridge apartment on Sunday afternoon, according to the Prince William County Police Department. Authorities identified the men as Malik Xavier Lamar Davis and Christian Jamar Roberts.

Police were called to Woodbridge Station flats on Mary’s Way at around 4pm on Sunday afternoon. A resident told police there was a bullet hole in his ceiling; the shot appears to have come from his upstairs neighbor, police said. Officers also found a bullet fragment on the man’s floor.

Officers went to the upstairs apartment to carry out a wellness check. When there was no response, officers asked the apartment maintenance team to open the door, according to the police report.

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When they entered the apartment, officers found two unconscious men with gunshot wounds, authorities said. Officers also said there were “additional signs of a shooting.”

Emergency personnel responded to the scene and confirmed that both men were dead.

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The police department said there were no signs of forced entry into the apartment and there was no property damage or additional injuries.

Detectives are still working to find out what led to the shooting. Authorities said the shooting was not random, but there is no active threat to the community.

Three different men died of gunshot wounds in eastern Prince William County on Sunday, according to the police department. On Sunday evening, a 52-year-old man was shot and killed in Triangle.

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