Two men and two young women were found face down in Los Angeles, California after being shot to death.
Police are investigating the murders of the four people, who were found in a suburban area of Los Angeles. Officals identified the bodies as two women in their mid-20s, one man in his 30s, and one man who appeared to be around 40 years old.
The bodies were found outside a Northridge home, in the San Fernando Valley, according to the Associated Press.
Lt. Terri Brinkmeyer told the AP that they were led to the house Sunday morning at around 4:30 a.m. after a 911 call had been placed.
Investigators questioned neighbors and other people that were on the property, although most reported that the neighborhood had always been safe.
"This is a very safe neighborhood. This type of thing doesn't normally happen here," Los Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander, who represents the area, told the AP.
The bodies were found outside of what officials had call an "unlicensed boarding house."
Englander stated that at least a dozen people were being housed within the home, which had been split up into various units. The units also appeared to have their own dining set-ups with mattresses laid on the floor.
The four dead bodies were allegedly left on a walkway, according to KNX-AM. The station also reported that the victims had been left face down and linked to one another. No motive or suspect has been listed in the incident as of yet. Police are still investigating the crime.