UPDATE - Feb. 20, 2013: RCMP identified the victims as Tiffany June Goruk, 30, and Jeremy Daniel Snow, 33, both from West Kelowna. Snow served a U.S. prison term for drug smuggling, while Goruk, a mother of two, did not have a criminal record.
B.C. RCMP are investigating a double homicide where the victims were found in a crashed SUV in West Kelowna.
A black SUV had driven into a light standard at the entrance to an apartment complex parking lot on Monday night. RCMP found two dead bodies inside the vehicle.
Investigators determined they did not die as a result of the crash but were actually slain, said a news release on Tuesday.
A witness reported that a man was seen fleeing from the SUV. A police dog tracked a possible suspect trail for several kilometres from the Terra Vita condos, to a wooded area and across a highway but no one was found.
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story stated that Jeremy Snow did not have a criminal record, when in fact he does.
<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/02/21/jeremy-snow-tiffany-goruk-murder_n_2735069.html?utm_hp_ref=canada-british-columbia">Tiffany Goruk</a> was found dead in an SUV in West Kelowna, B.C. Police say she and Jeremy Snow, who was also in the vehicle, were killed.
Jeremy Snow and Tiffany Goruk were found dead in an SUV in Kelowna. Police say they were killed.
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