RCMP say two people died as the result of a murder-suicide in Meadow Lake Monday.

Police say the deaths are firearms-related and domestic in nature.

Mounties say they received a request for a wellness check on a 34-year-old female at 2:10 p.m.

At 2:44 p.m., officers say they received multiple reports of a firearm discharged at the Lions Park campground.

Upon arrival at the campground, Mounties say they found the 34-year-old woman, from Flying Dust First Nation, deceased outside a campground trailer.

They then found the body of a 34-year-old male, from Thunderchild First Nation, inside the trailer which police believe was the result of an apparent suicide.

Police also say an adult female, known to the deceased, was injured in the incident and sustained minor injuries.

She has since been released from hospital.

Mounties say they were making inquires regarding the wellness check when they received the firearms complaint.

The RCMP Major Crime Unit is investigating the circumstances of the deaths along with the Saskatchewan Coroner’s Service, Meadow Lake RCMP and North Battleford Forensic Identification Services.

Autopsies are expected to take place this week in Saskatoon.

Police say they are not seeking additional suspects and no charges will be laid.