Twins’ shooting called double suicide attempt

The family of Victorian twins who were shot in the head at a Colorado shooting range this week are understood to still not know which one has died and which one has survived, with a worker at the range calling it a double suicide attempt.

Local police last night said they had ruled out homicide but were keeping an open mind into the shooting of the sisters, 29, who were in the US on cultural-exchange visas.

Authorities refused to identity the pair yesterday but the Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed they were Victorian and said it was in contact with their family.
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The family is now flying to the US to identify the twins.

The pair arrived at the Family Shooting Centre in Cherry Creek State Park, south of Denver, about 1.30pm on Monday and hired two small-calibre pistols, which they are understood to have used on previous visits to the outdoor range.

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