Police are investigating what appears to be a double homicide overnight in the 9600 block of Forest Lane in Dallas, according to reports.
The victims, who were dating, were identified as Antonio Bradley, 30, and Tinesha Taylor, 20, both of Dallas, police said.
Police were summoned at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday to Bradley's home in the Deerfield Apartments, 9670 Forest Lane in northeast Dallas, after his sister and another family member went there to check on him.
"They just knew his car wasn't where it was supposed to be and they hadn't talked with him for a couple days," said Sgt. Eddie Douglas, a homicide detective. "They were able to look into the back window and see a part of them on the floor."
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Police arrived and made a forced entry, said Senior Cpl. Gerry Monreal, police spokesman.
"They found both people shot to death," Monreal said. "Both had gunshot wounds to the body."
The man's vehicle, a 1970s-era muscle car, was found about a block away from his apartment complex, Douglas said. The area is southeast of the intersection of Forest Lane and Interstate 635, also called Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway.
"We have some promising leads," Douglas said, "but we don't have any suspects at this time."