Police ID 2 bodies found inside Phoenix home

Jun 5, 2012, 9:12 AM | Updated: 10:16 am

PHOENIX — Authorities have released the identities of two men found shot
to death inside a south-central Phoenix home.

Phoenix police said Tuesday the bodies discovered in a home near Fifth Street
and Broadway Road were Jorge Garcia, 35, and Ignacio
Barrajas, 29.

The owner of the home found them Monday afternoon after spotting one the
victims lying on the ground.

Authorities said family members told them they last saw one of the men alive on
Friday.

Police did not have any information on possible suspects or motive in the shooting.

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Police ID 2 bodies found inside Phoenix home