Investigators Determine Couple was Murdered at Home

Investigators Determine Couple was Murdered at Home

HIGHLAND – San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department officials said that two bodies, found dead in their home on April 2, were killed about two weeks earlier. That disclosure came out Friday, April 4, two days after the bodies of Susan Youn Wun, 49, and Robert Suzuki, 63, were had been discovered dead in their home. Investigators, said a sheriff’s spokeswoman, were withholding the cause of deaths for now.

No suspects have yet to be identified by investigators. Though Wun and Suzuki lived together, they were not married. Suspicions aroused when a neighbor had reported to deputies that she had not seen Wun for several days, reported being concerned.

Deputies discovered the bodies in the 28000 block of Saffron Ave., about one mile from Interstate 210 and Base Line St. Investigators believe they were killed in the house on or about March 21, according to a news release.

Wun’s 2000 Silver Mercedes SUV was stolen at the time of the attack and was found on April 3 near Post St. and Brockton Ave. in Redlands, about seven miles from the her home. Investigators, who investigated the SUV for evidence, did not disclose any possible leads.

Investigators believe the SUV was stolen the night the couple was killed. Wun also had a red Porsche.
Statements from investigators originally disclosed that the couple had been found dead, ruling it only suspicious until determining it was a homicide case two days later.

Highland is located east of San Bernardino, just north of Redlands, a city of about 55,000 people.
The county coroner’s release also did not specify a cause of death.

Read more:

CBSLA: Couple found dead in their Highland home were murdered


Press Enterprise: Man, woman found dead were slain

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