2 found dead in Audubon Park home, police say
Investigation indicates possible murder, suicide at Finch Street home
ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police detectives on Thursday were at a home in Audubon Park, where officials confirmed they are investigating the deaths of two people.
Police said the bodies of a man and a woman were found in their home during a well-being check in the 3500 block of Finch Street near Teal Street. Gunshots were reported at the home around 9:30 a.m. Thursday, police said.
Police said they are not looking for any suspects at this time and the preliminary investigation indicates a murder suicide.
Police identified Jonathan Restey, 47, as the aggressor and the victim as a 49-year-old woman. Both individuals lived at the home.
The victim's family has requested her name not be released under a Florida victims' rights law known as Marsy's Law.
A Detective on scene just confirmed they’re working a death investigation here at the home on Finch Street. I’m still working to find out more about the victims pic.twitter.com/WDxNCJXoE4— Jerry Askin (@JerryAskinNews) April 11, 2019
On Thursday, Neighbors watched as law enforcement came and went. Many neighbors told News 6 seeing a crime scene is unusual for their neighborhood.
"It’s a really peaceful neighborhood. Nothing really happens around here," Erica Diltz said.
Investigators were seen carrying out large bags and lots of evidence. Detectives also carried out a blanket and a stuffed animal.
At least two medical examiner vehicles and multiple crime scene units were on the scene.
A tow truck also arrived on the scene to tow away a gray truck.
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