Two men were found shot to death inside a car parked on a road a little before noon on Saturday in Killeen, Texas. Each man had at least 1 gun shot wound, and were both pronounced dead on the scene.

The scariest part of this discovery was both men were dead inside a vehicle parked in a residential neighborhood. This area is full of family homes just west of Fort Hood Street and south of Interstate 14. Residents typically are not exposed to a shooting like this outsider their house, and something of this nature is more likely to happen in a business parking lot.

Nicola James, who is the Justice of the Peace, was the person to pronounce both victims as deceased, and has ordered an autopsy to be conducted via the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Sciences in Dallas.

Who were the two victims?

At this time, the names of the victims have not been made public pending notification of family. What we are able to share is both are male, and the ages of 19 and 29. We will be able to update you as more information is shared, and discovered during the investigation.

Right now, the Killeen Police Department is asking for any assistance you can provide, and if you have information to please call the non emergency phone line, or Bell County Crime Stoppers. As always, you may provide the information anonymously, and any details that lead to an arrest could come with significant financial compensation.

Read more in this KCEN article.

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