WATERTOWN, Conn. (WTNH) -- Update: The Lincoln Town Car has been located in Norwich. No further details have been released at this time.
Police are continuing the investigation of a double homicide that occurred at 347 Falls Avenue and they are now looking for a missing vehicle.
A neighbor reported to police that a foul odor was coming from the residence and police found two bodies inside the building.
Neighbors say that Donna and her son Michael were living in the home are they are assumed to be the two persons that were found deceased.
Neighbors also told News 8 that it was "like a Jerry Springer show" at that house, with yelling, fights and the police being called. However, the house has been unusually quiet since last weekend.
A 2007 grey Lincoln Town Car, with license plates 235 WUL , is usually in the driveway. Since last weekend, the vehicle has been missing. The rear bumper of the vehicle appears to be held on by duct tape.
Police are looking for the car. Should someone see the vehicle with occupants inside, they are urged to not approach the vehicle.
Anyone with information on the incident or the missing vehicle is asked to call the Watertown Police Department at (860) 945-5200 or Water-Oak Crime Stoppers at (860) 945-9940.
The bodies have since been removed from the scene so that autopsies can be performed.
Chief John Gavallas will hold a press conference on the matter at the Watertown Police Department Headquarters on Monday, July 9th at 10 a.m.
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