🚨 Shots were fired around 7 p.m. at the Academy Arms apartments in Clayton

🚨 The woman went to her boyfriend's apartment to retrieve her belongings

🚨 Police ruled the deaths of a man and woman a murder-suicide

CLAYTON — The death of a man and woman found dead in an apartment Tuesday evening was ruled a murder-suicide by police.

Clayton police said officers responded to a reported "domestic incident" and the sound of gunfire heard around 7 p.m. at the Academy Arms apartment building on Broad Street. Anthony J. Williams, 45, and Nina D. Sinclair-Green, 43, were both found dead in the apartment they shared.

The woman’s son, Damien Green,  told Fox Philadelphia she had recently won a 10-year battle with lymphoma but was diagnosed with Lupis. The son said that his mother went to the apartment with several others family members including two children to retrieve personal belongings from her boyfriend's home.

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Shots fired at family in parking lot

Acting Gloucester County Prosecutor Christine Hoffman said Williams shot Sinclair-Green and also fired at the parking lot with a semi-automatic handgun before turning the gun on himself.

No one in the parking lot was injured.

An autopsy determined Sinclair-Green died from multiple gunshot wounds and her manner of death was homicide, according to Hoffman. Williams took his own life with a single gunshot wound to the head.

If you feel you or someone you know may be in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 988 or the NJ Hopeline at 1-855-654-6735. Click here to chat online with a trained counselor.

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