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Uninjured toddler found with 2 bodies in Tampa home

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Eric Salabirria, 28, and Chelsea Sizemore, 21, were found dead inside their Tampa home. Facebook photo. Eric Salabirria, 28, and Chelsea Sizemore, 21, were found dead inside their Tampa home. Facebook photo.
Eric Salabirria, 28, and Chelsea Sizemore, 21, were found dead inside their Tampa home. Facebook photo. Eric Salabirria, 28, and Chelsea Sizemore, 21, were found dead inside their Tampa home. Facebook photo.
Q105 FM DJ Flash Morgan, whose daughter Chelsea Sizemore was found dead inside her Tampa home. Q105 FM DJ Flash Morgan, whose daughter Chelsea Sizemore was found dead inside her Tampa home.
TAMPA, FL (WFLA) -

Tampa Police are investigating a double murder after the bodies of two people and an uninjured toddler were found in a home on Wednesday evening. One of the victims is the daughter of a Tampa Bay area DJ.

Eric Salabirria, 28, and Chelsea Sizemore, 21, were found inside their home at 10013 24th St. Sizemore is the daughter of Q105 FM DJ Flash Morgan, who posted about the death on his Facebook page.

Police say there was two-year-old child in the home when they arrived, but the child was not hurt. She is now with a family member.

The victims suffered upper body trauma and there was no sign of forced entry at the home, according to investigators.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS.

We are gathering more details and will have a report at 4 p.m. on News Channel 8.


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