The households of a married couple killed in an Utah double homicide have employed a non-public investigator and are searching for satellite tv for pc photographs to assist make a break the unsolved case.
Kylen Schulte and her spouse, Crystal Turner, had been discovered shot to demise at a campsite within the metropolis of Moab on Aug. 18 although the circumstances behind their disturbing deaths have been murky.
“We’re satellite tv for pc imagery as a result of I’d assume that if I used to be there and I do know my blue automotive goes to be documented there, I would hop in my blue automotive and drive out of city, proper?” their households’ investigator Jason Jensen informed Fox Information Tuesday. “So, could also be instrumental.”
Schulte, 24, and Turner, 38, had been final seen leaving Woody’s Tavern on the night time of Aug. 13 and had been discovered 5 days later in a close-by campsite, each had been shot to demise and had been partially clothed.
Jensen, based mostly in Salt Lake Metropolis, was introduced into the case by Schulte’s father, Sean-Paul Schulte, Fox stated.
He stated the households have gotten dozens of ideas in regards to the murders and now has an inventory of about 17 potential suspects within the case.
Jensen stated the kin is asking anybody who was within the space between Aug. 12 to Aug. 18 and will have dashcam video to return ahead in case.
“If somebody was vacationing on the time, in the event that they get any type of video, irrespective of how minor it’s, there may be any individual approach off within the background that may level out that so-and-so was right here or there or wherever,” he stated.
Jensen stated he’s additionally working with Planet Labs, a non-public firm, to acquire satellite tv for pc photographs.