PHOENIX (KSAZ) - Police have identified the two people who were found shot to death in a West Phoenix home over the weekend.
Early Sunday morning, 45-year-old Adela Hernandez, and her boyfriend, 25-year-old Juan Manjarrez-Camarillo, were shot in a west Phoenix home.
Neighbors are shocked to learn of a double homicide happening in their quiet community, it's left many with more questions than answers.
"Yeah it was pretty scary," said a neighbor.
"Why, what happened especially since I've got kids of my own, it's too close, too close for comfort," said another neighbor.
It wasn't until a worried family member came over, after not hearing from anyone, did they discover the two bodies inside.
Police say there was no forced entry, nothing was stolen from the home, except Hernandez's 2009 White Jeep Grand Cherokee, a possible major clue for police.
"The car has since been listed as stolen," said Phoenix Police Sgt. Vance Lewis.
Lewis says investigators believe this to be an isolated crime.
"Investigators are going to look at the relationship between, their close relationships around them, the activities, and what the motive may be," said Lewis.
Neighbors here are still keeping a close eye out until police make an arrest.
"Nobody knows what really happened, so you just got to keep your eyes on your kids, and your family, to make sure everything's ok," said a neighbor.