Paul DeWolf. (Courtesy ABC News)
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WZZM) -- Police have arrested three people in connection to the murder of University of Michigan medical school student Paul DeWolf.
Ann Arbor Police say there was no apparent connection between the suspects and DeWolf. Police also said there was no connection between the suspects and U-M.
The suspects have yet to be charged.
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On July 24, Ann Arbor Police responded to the 200 block of N. Ingalls where DeWolf was found dead in his apartment. An autopsy revealed that he died from a gunshot wound.
No firearm was recovered from the scene and his death was investigated as a homicide. No weapons were found inside the apartment and DeWolf had not been robbed.
"Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the DeWolf Family," police said in a press release. "We would also like to thank Mr. and Mrs. DeWolf for their support of the Ann Arbor Police Department throughout this investigation. Their strength and their faith have inspired all who have worked on this case."
DeWolf was a native of Schoolcraft in southwestern Michigan and a graduate of Grand Valley State University. Hundreds of people turned out for his funeral.
He was attending medical school on an Air Force scholarship and held the rank of second lieutenant.