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February 14, 1985

Four persons were killed, including two hostages whose bodies were dumped by a road, in a three-county police chase that ended in a shootout at a farmhouse, the Kansas Highway Patrol said. Four suspects were trailed to a farmhouse near Colby, Kan., where three were apprehended and one apparently was shot by authorities, patrol communications officer Larry Fletchall said. A restaurant manager, two men taken hostage at a grain elevator and one of the suspects were slain, the Highway Patrol said. Authorities had no motive for the shooting spree.

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