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Two people found dead in vehicle identified
Kim Smith, CTV Edmonton
Published Sunday, November 1, 2015 11:12AM MST
Last Updated Sunday, November 1, 2015 6:29PM MST
The Edmonton Police Service has identified the two people found dead in a vehicle parked in the Windermere community on Friday as two 28-year-olds.
Police say Daniel Fullerton and Dianna Wilk were found dead in the front seat of a vehicle parked in the city's southwest near 173 Street and 11 Avenue.
Investigators arrived on scene around 7:40 p.m. after a passerby noticed the bodies.
"Just having thought that some people just died here, we were all shaken up,” said Brenda Philips to CTV Edmonton on Sunday. She recently moved to the neighbourhood.
Homicide detectives are investigating and the deaths are being treated as suspicious.
“There are two families that are grieving today and extended families that are in shock,” said Scott Pattison with the EPS. “The sooner we can get details that help progress this investigation, the sooner they can begin that grieving process.”
An autopsy is scheduled for Tuesday morning.
Anyone who may have heard or seen anything related to this case is asked to call the EPS at 780-423-4567 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
With files from CTV's Joshua Skurnik
Daniel Fullerton, 28, and Dianna Wilk, 28, were found dead in the front seat of a vehicle parked in a residential area in southwest Edmonton.