The families of a married couple killed in a Utah double murder have hired a private investigator and are seeking satellite images to help break the unsolved case.
Kylen Schulte and her wife, Crystal Turner, were found shot to death at a campsite in the city of Moab on Aug. 18, though the circumstances behind their disturbing deaths have been murky.
“We’re looking at satellite imagery because I would think that if I was there and I know my blue car is going to be documented there, I might hop in my blue car and drive out of town, right?” their families’ investigator Jason Jensen told Fox News Tuesday. “So, may be instrumental.”
Schulte, 24, and Turner, 38, were last seen leaving Woody’s Tavern on the night of Aug. 13 and were found five days later in a nearby campsite. Both had been shot to death and were partially clothed.
Jensen, based in Salt Lake City, was brought into the case by Schulte’s father, Sean-Paul Schulte, Fox said.
He said the families have gotten dozens of tips about the murders and he now has a list of about 17 potential suspects in the case.
Jensen said the kin are asking anyone who was in the area between Aug. 12 and Aug. 18 and may have dashcam video to come forward.
“If someone was vacationing at the time, if they get any kind of video, no matter how minor it is, there might be somebody way off in the background that might point out that so-and-so was here or there or anywhere,” he said.
Jensen said he is also working with Planet Labs, a private company, to obtain satellite images.