Georgia law enforcement officials are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects involved in the tragic death of two stepsisters, Truvenia Campbell, 31, and Vanita Richardson, 19.
Last Wednesday the young women’s bodies were found near the banks of the Etowah River beneath a bridge located in Rome, Georgia.
An autopsy revealed the victims’ deaths were ruled a homicide, according to a press release by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI).
Police believe the women were last seen together driving Richardson’s 1997 gold Toyota Camry, Georgia tag, RTJ 6295, and want to locate the vehicle’s whereabouts.
The investigation began after workers from the Georgia Department of Transportation came upon the bodies on Wednesday morning.