Well, certainly the girls were not anticipating this kind of massive attention on their TikTok accounts, and certainly not the criminal investigation that would follow after their video caught the on-scene moments of discoveries of body bags of a potential murder case.
The police authorities of Seattle have officially confirmed that the bodies found by the two teens belong to the victims Jessica Lewis, 35 years old, and Austin Wenner, 27 years old.The causes of death are gunshot wounds and following complications from the shot, according to the King County Medical Examiner’s Office.
They were dating for two years, according to an explanation given by one of their family members.
The autopsy indicates that after the couple was shot and killed, they were dismembered limb-to-limb and then was discarded in the prescribed way and then was kept hidden for a week until these girls found the bags near the seaside. They called 911 right away upon their initial discover, conjecturing that the rancid smell coming from the suspicious package might be a body or a trash. Later, they would post their videos up on TikTok, creating controversy.
Authorities responded to the scene after receiving the call of a suspicious bag on the beach.A second bag was located in the water, the Seattle Police Department said in a statement.
Seattle Police Detective Mark Jamieson confirmed that the TikTok video wasn’t posted until the next day. “We’re glad the video is out there. We spoke to the people involved and they corroborated some of the information,” Jamieson said.
“The kids found bag on beach, it smelled, they called 911.… Officers got out there in about an hour and a half, and then officers did further investigation and then discovered that it was probably remains and called the detectives and the Medical Examiner’s Office.
Her aunt, Gina Jaschke told the affiliate.“They were just nice normal people,” she said. “Nobody deserves what happened to them.
” She implored anyone with information to come forward.“Somebody knows something,” Jaschke wants to raise $10,000 for a reward. “Whether it’s out of their heart they turn somebody in, or out of the cash, it doesn’t matter as long as somebody is held accountable for this,” Jaschke told the station.
Anyone with any information about this case is urged to call the Seattle Police Tip Line at (206) 233-5000.
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