A FATHER and his young son have been found dead outside a car near a high school with no weapons at the scene.
Police found the bodies of 35-year-old Romo Guerra and 10-year-old Michael Romo Sandoval on Tuesday night in a Los Angeles neighborhood.
Los Angeles police responded to the event at around 8.20pm Tuesday.
The two were found outside a vehicle that was parked near William Tell Aggeler High School, Fox News reported.
The Los Angeles coroner’s office later identified the bodies as Romo Guerra and his 10-year-old son Michael Romo Sandoval.
There were conflicting reports that the two were trapped in the car and had to be recovered, but they were found in the neighborhood beside the vehicle, LAPD Deputy Chief Alan Hamilton clarified to Fox News.
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They were declared dead on the scene, Hamilton said.
Hamilton also said that a murder-suicide is a “working theory,” but the details surrounding the death are still unclear.
There were also no weapons recovered at the scene.
Someone has started a GoFundMe on behalf of the families.
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“A tragic event happened that took two beautiful lives away,” the organizer Melissa Lopez wrote.
“Our family is grieving today. There are no words to say what we are experiencing.
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“We ask for any help you can provide and any prayers you can send.”
This case is still under investigation.