BALTIMORE (AP) -- Police have identified two people found fatally shot in a burning car.
The bodies of 33-year-old Alysia Strickland and 34-year-old Taewon Tuck were found early Friday in a burning car in an alley on Clifton Avenue. Police released their identities on Monday.
Police say the two had gunshot wounds to the head.
WDBJ7 in Virginia reports that Strickland was the daughter of retired Roanoke, Va., Judge Diane Strickland and Art Strickland, a Roanoke attorney.
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