Investigators believe foul play was involved in the deaths of two men whose bodies were found at a training area at North Carolina’s Fort Bragg.
The bodies were identified on Friday as Master Sgt. William Lavigne II and Timothy Dumas. The duo was under investigation at the time of their deaths for using and selling drugs, an Army official told CBS News.
While few details have been revealed about the deaths and subsequent investigation, the official said that no weapons were found at the scene of the suspected double homicide. Despite that, shell casings from a weapon were reportedly discovered near the bodies.