NORTH LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — The Broward Sheriff’s Office is appealing for the public’s help after two victims were found shot and killed at a residential complex in North Lauderdale.

Authorities did not release their ages but did say that the victims were female.

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BSO deputies rushed to the Willow Woods Townhomes complex in the 7900 block of Tam Oshanter Boulevard just after 9 a.m. on Wednesday.

One neighbor said he heard about the incident when he received a frantic call from his mother. The neighbor, who did not want to be identified, said “My Mom called me screaming and asked me are you ok? She said a shooting happened there.”

Not far away, there were some emotional moments as two people at the scene hugged each other.

From Chopper 4 you could see that one body was found next to a car and another body was found on the grass next to a home.

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BSO spokeswoman Gerdy St. Louis said, “On the scene, emergency crews located two victims that had been shot. The victims were pronounced deceased. Homicide and crime scene detectives were notified and currently investigating the circumstance surrounding the shooting. Detectives believe this is an isolated incident.”

St. Louis said no information was being released about the victims but she said BSO is “searching for someone.”

As detectives combed for clues and the scene remained sealed off late Wednesday afternoon, St. Louis said, “We are urging the public where if you saw something or you are a witness to call Crime Stoppers. As with any death investigation, detectives will find it difficult to investigate and they just want to bring justice to the victims.”

BSO did not have any information to release about a possible shooter or a description or a motive in this case.

Anyone who can help BSO should call Broward Crime Stoppers at (954) 493-TIPS (8477).

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There is a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction.

Peter D'Oench