Following an interaction with a 'scary person', a newlywed couple was found dead from gunshot wound
They had told their buddies they were afraid about a "scary guy" who had been prowling around, investigators claimed.
Crystal's bodies A sheriff's statement said that Michelle Turner, 38, and Kylen Carrol Schulte, 24, were found Wednesday off La Sal Loop Road in Moab, Utah, some 418km southeast of Salt Lake City.
There is a homicide investigation underway by the Grand County Sheriff's Office, according to the statement.
As part of this inquiry, we are presently following up on any and all leads that come to our attention, and we will continue to make ourselves available to anyone who has information It has been determined by the Grand County Sheriff's Office that there is no immediate threat to the public in the region
An official from the sheriff's department could not be reached for comment on Monday.
As Schulte's aunt Bridget Calvert told NBC News, Turner and Schulte led a bohemian lifestyle, traveling to different campsites on a regular basis.
In the absence of Turner and Schulte, their friends and co-workers began to worry about them.
When Turner and Schulte went missing, they told acquaintances at a local tavern that they were frightened that someone was camped nearby.
"They stated they had to move because of a scary person at their campsite," Calvert added. This is a group of outdoorsy girls who are independent and self-a Someone had to make them uncomfortable for a very good reason."
Enjoy a carefree way
Just married in April, the newlyweds lived a carefree life in their converted van.
'That's how people used to live As Calvert put it, "They lived in the now and didn't care what It's unclear why this is happening. All of the people in the community The individuals who work there are fantastic."
"Turner and Schulte" were at Woody's Tavern, according to Woody's Tavern, the weekend before their remains were discovered, and
Nobody contacted them except my staff, and they appeared to be having a good time, according to a statement released by the bar on Sunday.
'These two women were madly in love with one other, and they were continually focusing and paying attention to each