BODY parts belonging to three people – including a child – were found set ablaze in a dumpster fire outside of a Texas business.
The the three badly charred bodies authorities could only determine there was an unknown child, a young woman and a 42-year-old man identified as David Luerres, authorities said.
Body parts belonging to three people – including a child – were found set ablaze in a dumpster fire outside of a Texas business[/caption]
Among the badly charred remains, authorities could only identify 42-year-old David Luerres[/caption]
The bodies were discovered on Monday morning burning in front of a storage business on Bonnie Drive in Forth Worth, Texas[/caption]
Fort Worth firefighters made the initial response to put out the dumpster blaze shortly before 6.30am on Wednesday outside a storage business on Bonnie Drive, according to the Star Telegram.
Attempts by The Sun’s to reach authorities were not immediately returned.
Firefighters soon discovered the three bodies burning in the refuse and caused some of the grass on the tree lawn to burn.
Homicide detectives were quickly called to the scene.
It was determined that the bodies were burned to such a degree and heavily dismembered that authorities haven’t been able to identify all of the victims, WFAA reported.
“Identifying the perpetrators and suspects of this triple murder is the primary goal of this investigation; any information related to a missing person or persons fitting the description of the victims is appreciated,” police said.
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Fort Worth Police say Lueras had ties to the Hurst, Euless and Bedford areas of the Lone Star state.
Authorities are seeking help in providing more information about the homicide.
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