This undated photo provided by the Clark Co. Sheriff’s Office shows Steven D. Stanbary. Authorities said Monday that they have recovered the remains of three people from the debris of a southwestern Washington house fire that crews were unable to battle because of gunfire coming from the home. The Washougal police department said in a statement that the bodies of Stanbary, his wife, Leona Bolton-Stanbary, and her sister Mona Daugherty were recovered. Last week, investigators said they had found at least two bodies after the Dec. 5 blaze. Washougal police Capt. Ron Mitchell said the probe by local and federal investigators found that Bolton-Stanbary and Daugherty likely died of gunshot wounds prior to the house fire. Stanbary’s cause of death has yet to be determined. (AP Photo/Clark Co. Sheriff’s Office)

(AP Photo/Clark Co. Sheriff's Office)

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