They were both discovered to have been shot at least once inside their home, as police continue to investigate.
A handwritten note reading: “Sorry, my first kill was clumsy” was discovered next to the bodies of a couple shot dead in their home.
Detectives are investigating the murders of Shamima and Golam Rabbi, who were discovered dead on Sunday.
Beside them lay the eerie note, as police have refused to release any more details of the terrifying crime.
Shamima, 57, and Golam, 59, were discovered at around 1.47pm after police were dispatched to the house to investigate ‘suspicious circumstances’.
The couple, who were originally from Bangladesh, had both been shot at least once inside their home in San Jose, Los Angeles.
Lucas Court San Jose USA, the street in which they were killed
KGO-TV reported that the message was scrawled on a note found next to the couple’s bodies.
Police have not yet identified a suspect in the killings or discovered a motive.
Officer Albert Morales, a police spokesman, declined to comment on the note, and said detectives were not releasing any more information, the LA Times reported .
The couple, who had two boys aged 17 and 23, were members of the South Bay Islamic Association and the Evergreen Islamic Center in San Jose.
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