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New Year's Day slayings of 4 in Coronado still a mystery

January 3, 2012 |  7:42 am

People walk along Orange Avenue at Park Place in Coronado, near the scene where four people were found dead at a condominium early New Year's Day.

Detectives in Coronado, Calif. are trying to sort out the shooting deaths of four people — including two Navy officers — at an apartment early New Year's Day.

No motive for the shooting has been revealed, and homicide Lt. Larry Nesbit said there are no suspects considered at large.

The bodies were found in an apartment after neighbors reported hearing gunshots about 2:30 a.m. Sunday.

Two of the four killed have been identified. Lt. David Reis, 25, and his sister Karen, 24, were among those killed. The name of the second Navy officer and of the fourth person killed remain undisclosed.

Reis was a pilot in training at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station. His sister was a graduate of UC San Diego.

One of the four bodies was found in the doorway and the other three inside the apartment, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department homicide investigators.

 

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Photo: Pedestrians walk along Orange Avenue at Park Place in Coronado, near the scene where four people were found dead at a condominium early New Year's Day. Credit: Howard Lipin / San Diego Union-Tribune

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