Full story: http://www.amarillo.com/stories/100105/new_2915631.shtml Use http://www.bugmenot.com for a username/password if prompted to register. Gray County Sheriff's Office deputies and other law enforcement agencies are investigating the deaths of three people found early Friday in their rural home. Sheriff Don Copeland said the victims - a man, woman and 14-year-old boy - died of gunshot wounds. All three were members of the same family, Copeland said. Copeland declined to release the names of the family members. There was no missing vehicle from the home, and no suspect has been identified in the killings, Copeland said. "But we are going to be looking feverishly," Copeland said. A 10-year-old girl called 911 about the slaying at 6:13 a.m., and law enforcement officers converged on the single-family home about 14 miles south of Pampa on Texas Highway 70. The girl is now with relatives, Copeland said. Copeland said he did not know the caliber of the bullets used or how many times the victims had been shot. Joe Martinez, Gray County justice of the peace, said he ordered three autopsies to be performed on the shooting victims. Martinez said the female victim appeared to be pregnant.