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Pastor: Husband saw "odd things" near Ind. apartment where woman, two children were found dead

Emergency officials work the scene of a homicide investigation along Falling Run Creek in Binford Park in New Albany on Wednesday evening, March 14, 2013. Christopher Fryer, AP Photo/The Tribune

Emergency officials work the scene of a homicide investigation along Falling Run Creek in Binford Park in New Albany, Indiana on Wednesday evening, March 13, 2013.
Christopher Fryer, AP Photo/The Tribune

(CBS/AP) NEW ALBANY, Ind. - The family pastor for a southern Indiana woman found dead alongside her two children in a creek says the woman and her husband had seen "odd" and unexplainable things happen around their apartment complex during the time they lived there.

Greater Faith Church pastor J. Todd Nichols says 47-year-old Michael Clutter told him he went to police around 5 p.m. Wednesday after he arrived home from work and found his wife and children missing but their car and apartment keys inside the unit.

The bodies of 35-year-old Jamie Clutter, 10-year-old Brandon Clutter and 6-month-old Katelyn Clutter were found in a New Albany creek about 15 minutes later.

Police have released few details about the investigation.

The family has lived in New Albany since December.

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