Coroner identifies bodies found in south Valley

Police tape off a portion of parking lot near Pecos and Warm Springs roads after two bodies were found May 22, 2017. (FOX5 viewer submission) Cops tape off a portion of parking lot near Pecos and Warm Springs roadways after two bodies were discovered May 22, 2017. (FOX5 audience submission) Authorities tape off a portion of car park near Pecos and Warm Springs roadways after 2 bodies were found May 22, 2017.( FOX5 audience submission). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-.

Medical examiners have actually recognized the bodies of two people discovered in the area of South Pecos and Warm Springs roadways Monday. According to the Clark County Coroner’s Office, a single person was identified as 86-year-old Clarence Diftler. The way of his death was ruled a suicide. The other person was determined as 84-year-old Margaret Diftler. The cause and manner of her death were pending more investigation.

Las Vegas City authorities said the 2 bodies were discovered next to a wall at 7385 of S. Pecos Rd. A call came in at 7:04 a.m.

Officer Laura Meltzer, of Metro, stated an initial examination showed the bodies might have been the result of a double suicide.

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No other details were right away divulged.

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