The medical examiner said the deaths of Edward James Westmoreland II, 34, and Elijah Roosevelt Paul III, 42, were homicides. Both were shot in the head.
No arrests have been made. Seattle police said Tuesday they did not have any new information to release.
Seattle police spokesman Mark Jamieson said an officer stopped about 6 a.m. Monday to investigate a maroon Jaguar that was parked in the Beacon Hill neighborhood.
The officer had noticed broken glass on the ground and initially thought he was looking at a car prowl. Then he saw the two bodies.
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