A South Carolina couple discovered lifeless in a park over the weekend seem to have been killed by gunshots to the pinnacle, officers say.

Janis Quintero Natos, 35, and Jamell Reggie Carter, 38, have been first reported lacking by relations on Dec. 12. They have been final seen at their residence in Bamberg County.

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On Jan. 4, a park ranger made a grisly discovery at Rivers Bridge State Park – each victims have been lifeless and badly decomposed.

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Particular Agent Thom Berry with the South Carolina Regulation Enforcement Division (SLED) advised Fox Information that the post-mortem carried out the next day by the Bamberg County Coroner’s Workplace revealed proof of foul play.

Natos and Carter seem to have died from gunshot wound to the pinnacle.

Berry stated that whereas authorities will not be ruling out any prospects, “all of the indicators” level to a murder case.

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He stated that native authorities contacted SLED to steer the case. No suspects have been recognized as authorities proceed their investigation.

Rivers Bridge State Park in Bamberg County commemorates an 865 Civil Battle battle.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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