Man, Woman Found Dead in Marina Del Rey

Two deceased individuals, a man and a woman, were uncovered in separate, but possibly connected, incidents, as officials from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are piecing together the circumstances behind the dead bodies.

A welfare check on Monday, December 7, to the 14000 block of Tahiti Way, and upon their arrival, deputies encountered the lifeless body of a woman aboard a boat, according to a press release by the Sheriff's Information Bureau; concurrently, a tip from a local led police to a vehicle parked on the 100 block of Via Marina where the body of a male, linked to the same residential boat, was found dead inside, sparking a dual death investigation by the Homicide Bureau.

While details remain scant and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has not released the identities of the victims, they have confirmed that there are no currently outstanding suspects in the case, as stated in the official release from the Sheriff's Information Bureau.

Inquiries into the intriguing case continue and the authorities are calling on the public to come forth with any potentially relevant information, appealing to citizens through a statement that urges those who know something to contact the Homicide Bureau at (323) 890-5500.

Moreover, for those wishing to remain anonymous, Crime Stoppers provides a conduit to share tips confidentially by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477) or utilizing the "P3 Tips" Mobile APP or their website.


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