Two Deceased Found at Casino Parking; Case Under Investigation

Membersof the California Highlands’ Central Police Station are reported to have responded to a signal detailing two unresponsive individuals inside a vehicle at the parking lot of the San Manuel Casino in the city. When the officers arrived at the location, they found a man and a woman with gunshot wounds who were both pronounced deceased on the spot. No information on the victims’ identities has been disclosed.

An investigation under the leadership of the Sheriff’s Specialized Investigations Division, Homicide Detail, is currently ongoing. Updates will be provided in the course of the process.

No outstanding suspects have been identified. The investigation will rely on autopsies to determine the exact manner and cause of death.

Contact officers for the case are Detective Michael Warrick and Sergeant Greg Myler from Homicide Detail. They are available for citizens who might have information on the investigation.

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