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Monday, April 21, 2014

FBI, DPS complete processing of murdered couple’s car

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Public Safety had just completed processing the car owned by a couple murdered in their San Vicente home a couple of weeks ago.

Police spokesman Jason Tarkong said yesterday that DPS is currently awaiting the results of the examination of the victims’ car, a white 2010 Honda CRV.

Tarkong said eyewitnesses saw the car speeding away from the victims’ residence in San Vicente Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, between 11:45am to 12pm.

The car was found abandoned at the Micro Beach parking lot in front of a pavilion Saturday night, Dec. 8, 2012. Its doors were locked and the key or keys missing.

A filing of a child neglect case led police last Dec. 8 to the couple’s San Vicente residence where the victims’ bodies were discovered. The victims were later identified as Jun Li Yang, 50, and his wife, Jing “Emma” Liu, 40.

“DPS is requesting anyone who may have been by the Micro Beach area or within western Garapan that Thursday afternoon and who may have seen the car around that time to please come forward or call the Crime Stoppers hotline,” Tarkong said.

Police believe that the suspect or suspects stole the car as their means of transportation to Micro Beach after killing the couple.

Tarkong also disclosed that police’s canvassing near the crime scene revealed eyewitnesses who saw two Asian males walking on the gravel road in the direction of the victims’ residence, a few days prior to police’s discovery of the bodies.

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