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Here’s what we know so far about the disappearance of two people in the Keys, as well as the disappearance and presumed death of a third.

Key points: Two people missing from Miami Beach have been found dead in their homes in the last two daysThe deaths are the latest in a string of unexplained disappearances in Miami-Dade CountyInspector Chris Brown said there is evidence of foul play in the caseA Miami Beach man was found dead at his home in the Broward County suburb of Broward and an unidentified person was taken to the hospital, according to a sheriff’s department news release.

The two deaths have not been ruled out as homicide-suicide cases, the release said.

The bodies of two men were found at two separate homes in Miami Beach, with police saying the bodies of one were found with a gunshot wound to the head and the other was found with multiple gunshot wounds.

The man was taken into custody at the same house where police said the bodies were found, the Miami Herald reported.

Authorities are now searching for the third person in the missing people case, who is still missing.

A Miami-dade County Sheriff’s Department spokesman told ABC News on Thursday the unidentified man was reported missing after leaving his home.

The sheriff’s office did not provide any additional information on his identity or condition.

Investigators said they had recovered a handgun and found two spent shell casings at the crime scene.

Investigators believe the two people found dead were likely murdered, said Lt.

Steve Pardo of the Miami-Boca Raton Police Department.

“I think we’ve got a pretty solid indication of murder,” Pardo said.

Authorities have not released the names of the people killed.

They are also investigating the case as a possible kidnapping, and the missing person is still being sought, authorities said.

Miami Beach police say the two bodies found in the two homes have been identified as Josefina Lopez and Angelina Cruz.

A neighbor who did not want to be identified said she was on her way home from a party when she saw the man and the woman.

“It was like two feet apart, and he had a long face, and there was no hair on him,” she said.

“He was standing over a couch and looking at the TV.”

Lopez and Cruz lived on the same block in a home that was built in the 1920s and 1940s, she said, and had recently moved in.

The woman who was at the party where the bodies are found was not home when the bodies and the man were discovered.

Neighboring residents said the woman had recently gotten out of rehab and was still living with her family, and did not know anything about the deaths.

ABC News’ Lauren Jenson contributed to this report.

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