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Bodies turn up in suburban Chicago house for sale

SAUK VILLAGE, Ill. -- The bodies of two men were discovered in a vacant home Tuesday evening by a property owner hoping to make a sale to a potential buyer, The Chicago Tribune reported Wednesday.

The victims, ages 19 and 18, were shot multiple times and appear to have been inside the house in Sauk Village for at least a day, officials told the Tribune. The bodies were discovered just after 9:30 p.m. CT Tuesday.

Both were dead at the scene, the medical examiner's office said. Their identities were not released pending notification of their relatives. An autopsy is scheduled for Wednesday, local media reported.

The house is a four-bedroom property listed as a short sale that has been on the market for 121 days, according to WLS-AM.com.  The asking price is $44,900, according to Realtor.com.

The tiny Sauk Village is just five square miles and has 10,000 residents, according to its website. It's about 30 miles south of Chicago.