VERY GRAPHIC: 911 call released from deadly Arivaca home invasion

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UPDATE: The 911 call placed by the mother and wife of the victims in this case was released by authorities on June 16.

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Investigators say they have made three arrests in a home invasion in southern Arizona where a man and his 9-year-old daughter were fatally shot and a woman was wounded.

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3 arrests in home invasion that left dad, daughter dead - Three people are behind bars after they allegedly broke into an Arivaca home and killed a 9-year-old girl and her father.

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At a news conference Friday, the Pima County Sheriff's Office said 34-year-old Jason Eugene Bush, 41-year-old Shawna Forde and 42-year-old Albert Robert Gaxiola have been taken into custody in the May 30 killings 10 miles north of the Mexican border in the community of Arivaca.

Gaxiloa is from the Arivaca area but the hometowns for Bush and Forde were not immediately released.

Authorities say several men and a woman claiming to be police officers forced their way into the home in the middle of the night, killing 29-year-old Raul Junior Flores and his daughter, Brisenia Flores. The girl's mother was wounded but is recovering.

Detectives believe the three suspects targeted the home with the intention of stealing money and drugs.

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