Homicide team identifies man, woman, found dead in vehicle in Burnaby, B.C.
Two people have been identified as the victims found dead in a vehicle near the West Shore in Burnaby.
Two women and a man have been identified as the victims found dead in a vehicle near the West Shore in Burnaby, B.C. (Kinder Morgan Canada)
On Tuesday, around 10:30 a.m., EMS crews were called to a parking area at The Fairmont hotel in Burnaby, near the Surrey Street entrance to the West Shore.
B.C. Coroners have confirmed the deaths of two women and one man in the vehicle. They are in their sixties and are believed to have all been in their 40s.
At first, the circumstances surrounding the deaths appeared suspicious when EMS crews received a call at the hotel.
They initially thought that one of the people inside the car had gone into cardiac arrest.
One person was initially taken into a ambulance and paramedics started CPR and then performed a defibrillation.
The other person was revived with an Atos heartbeat monitor.
Emergency crews were then called to the hotel to transport the deceased into hospital.
Police confirmed in a Facebook post that the two people found dead in a vehicle near the West Shore are now considered to be missing persons.
Anyone with information that may be able to assist police with the case is asked to call investigators at 1-877-551-4448.
Police say that the vehicle has been impounded for technical analysis and that the vehicle is not insured.
Both women were found to have been wearing black, three-piece suits and both men had red baseball caps.
Their wrists and ankles were bound with cable ties and they were found deceased with the engines of their cars running.
Both women were found to have been wearing black, three-piece suits and both men had red baseball caps. (Kinder Morgan Canada/Facebook)
Police say that the vehicles they were driving were a grey four-door vehicle, a red two-door SUV, and a black sedan. Police are also investigating how