Seattle homicides: TikTok teens find bodies stuffed in suitcases
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Jessica Lewis, Austin Wenner

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SEATTLE (KING) -- Family members are urging witnesses to come forward in the case of the gruesome slayings of a South King County couple whose remains were found in suitcases that washed ashore in West Seattle on June 19.

A group of young people who made a TikTok video along the West Seattle shoreline said that they found the suitcase.

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The teens were in the process of creating a video for TikTok on June 19, which has been viewed around the world.

Jessica Lewis, a 35-year-old mother of four from Federal Way, and her boyfriend Austin “Cash” Wenner, 27, were identified last week as the victims in the suitcases.

KIRO-TV reports the King County Medical Examiner determined that both Lewis and Wenner had been shot days before their remains were found.

The deaths have been ruled homicides, according to a spokesman for the King County Medical Examiner's Office.

On Monday a Seattle police spokesperson said the case is “under very active investigation,” but would not say if detectives had identified any suspects.

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