PENSACOLA, Florida (WALA) - UPDATE: Friday, 2:12 p.m. Investigators have released the names of the victim's in the October 13th shooting that occurred at the Royal Crest Apartments on Old Corry Field Rd. Corleis Dion Robinson, 22, of Pensacola and De'Neisha Kimbrell Lewis, 19, of New Orleans were gunned down late Wednesday night.
Investigators continue to follow up on leads and tips as they come in. No arrests have been made at this time.
Thursday, 5:15 p.m. A double homicide in Pensacola leaves investigators hunting for a killer, and searching for clues. The crime happened on Old Corry Field Road.
Detectives and a K9 returned to the crime scene at Royal Crest Apartments early Thursday morning, looking for evidence. Authorities initially responded after getting a call from security.
"They heard a weapon discharge. We came here and found a male and female both lying with gun shot wounds. The female was pronounced dead on the scene. The male was transported to the hospital where he died shortly thereafter," Sgt. Ted Roy with the Escambia County Sheriff's Office said.
The victim's next door neighbor said folks nearby heard two gunshots. She said she awoke to a loud noise, stepped outside and saw her neighbor lying in the dirt.
"It sounded like something banging. I look over and there's a body lying there. Supposedly he was in his boxers. She was naked, when the coroner took the sheet off of her, I actually saw that. She had a single gunshot wound on her forehead," Kayleigh Cooley said.
Neighbors said after the shooting witnesses saw two men run from the area and possibly into the woods. Law enforcement spent a lot of time down there trying to track down leads.
"They're out here looking for any type of rounds they can find and put a gun to it. K9 is back there with ATF looking for a possible weapon," Roy added.
Investigators are trying figure out what happened before the murder. Cooley said she never saw the man before.
"The grandmother did not know him and wouldn't let him into the house and she said her granddaughter met him a couple of months ago," Cooley said.
Cooley said her neighbor was just 19-years-old, She's hoping deputies find who killed the teen. Authorities have not released a motive and investigators are still following up on several leads. No suspects have been named at this time.
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