By Ryan Fahey For Mailonline
Published: 12:03 GMT, 4 December 2019 | Updated: 17:46 GMT, 4 December 2019
Mystery surrounds the deaths of two teenage lovers found shot in a relative's parked car on Thanksgiving morning in Georgia.
Neither of the victims, Dahmir Robinson, 19, or Savannah Fulmer, 18, were from the McDonough neighborhood, where their bodies were discovered.
Neighbors said they saw the couple - who were confirmed to have been dating for three years in nearby Henry County - sitting in the car during the very early hours of Thursday morning.
A teenage couple were found shot dead in a relative's parked car in Georgia in the early hours of Thanksgiving morning. Neither of the victims, Dahmir Robinson (left), 19, or Savannah Fulmer (left and right), 18, were from the McDonough neighborhood where their bodies were discovered
Witness Jamie Aldonado said he initially thought the couple were asleep. It wasn't until he peered through the window that he saw their injuries.
'To me, it just looked weird,' Aldonado said. 'And as I approached the car, I immediately saw the male passenger had a bullet wound.'