Police found two sisters dead Wednesday evening from stab wounds in an apparent murder-suicide in San Francisco, authorities said.
The tragedy happened about 5.25 p.m. at Tenderloin Family housing located at 201 Turk street, according to the spokesman from the San Francisco Police Department.
A building manager reported to police that he unlocked the doors of an apartment on the sixth floor of the building and found two women of the age of 51 and 56. There was a lot of blood at the scene, which police determined was due to stab wounds.
The two of them got lethal wounds.
Medics examined the victims at the scene, but the women were pronounced dead at the scene.
Who Were the Two Dead Sisters?
So far, authorities don’t know much about the two women. The victims were certainly sisters, though. That much we know. They were living together in the apartment where their bodies were found.
The investigation also revealed their identity. One woman was named Julie Nhan, a 51-year-old.
The second woman named as Phung Nhan is 56 accordingly.
This information was provided by the medical examiner of San Francisco.
Police believe that nobody else was living in the apartment with them. Not only did they not find anyone else at the apartment, but there was no one else on the lease. That doesn’t mean that it isn’t possible someone was living there under the table. However, police view that as unlikely in this stage of the investigation.
The investigation of the case is still going on.
The spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department, Michael Andraychak, said he doesn’t think he has ever seen too many suicides by a cutting instrument.
The incident is being investigated as a murder-suicide. There are no outstanding suspects, as the two people who would be suspects are, well, dead.