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UPDATE: Double Homicide in West Pensacola

ESCAMBIA COUNTY   --  Today, she talked with people who knew the two men.
Crime scene tape is still up out here and investigators have been on the scene all day.   The bodies were found in this home around 4:30 yesterday afternoon by one of the victim's family members.  Now friends and family members are left asking why?

A double homicide is under investigation in Escambia County. Two people were found dead Sunday afternoon at a home on Boulder Avenue. Investigators aren't releasing the names, but family members have identified them as 34-year-old Chris Fehl and 36-year-old John Gibbons.
   
Monday, crime scene tape remained up around the home and investigators canvassed the scene looking for evidence. The bodies were found in the home around 4:30 Sunday afternoon by one of the victim's family members. Summer Frost is sorting through pictures and remembering all the memories.  She said, "My family is devastated."

Her brother, Chris Fehl and his best friend, John Gibbons were found dead Sunday afternoon. She also said, "I don't know why they would take my brother's life and why they would take another's life."

Those are questions many people are asking. Heather Williams was best friends with both of them. She said, "They were so hilarious, those boys would make you laugh."

She was one of the first people the family called after investigators found them. She said "They always said they'd look out for each other. We never imagined they'd go together."

Right now, a motive hasn't been released and no suspects have been arrested. Fehl leaves behind a 13-year-old daughter.

Both of the victims had worked at Wadders Lawn Maintenance at one time. Fehl was still working there.

"We are all heavy hearted, we feel like we raised Chris, he started worked right before he was 18, and I wasn't done raising him, they took him too soon, everyone at work, thought last person. thought last person."
   
If you have any information about the murders, you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 433-STOP.