YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities have released the names of three men found dead inside a Yuma home and say it's now classified as a triple homicide case.

Yuma County Sheriff's officials say they're searching for the suspect or suspects involved in the shootings and they don't believe it was a random event.

They say the bodies were found Monday afternoon and all had apparent gunshot wounds.

Sheriff's officials announced Tuesday that the victims were 20-year-old Grady Baxter, 19-year-old Nicholas Grabbe and 24-year-old Javier Sanchez.

All were Yuma residents.

Investigators from the sheriff's office and Yuma police worked through the night collecting evidence from the scene, but there's no immediate word on a possible motive for the shootings.