HENRY COUNTY, Ga. — Police are searching for the person who killed two teens on Thanksgiving morning.
Channel 2's Tyisha Fernandes learned that the teens had been shot to death while in a car off New Orleans Way in a McDonough neighborhood.
Fernandes confirmed the victims were: 18-year-old Savannah Fulmer and 19-year-old Dahmir Robinson. They were students at Eagles Landing High School.
Police told Fernandes that the two had been dating and were in a relative's car that morning.
Neighbors first noticed the car in the very early morning hours. They thought some teens were sleeping in the car but they couple was actually dead.
"To me, it just looked weird," said neighbor Jamie Aldonado. "And as I approached the car, I immediately saw that the male passenger had a bullet wound."
Police said it was Robinson in the passenger seat. Fulmer was in the driver's seat.
Police said someone murdered them both, but they're not sure if it happened in the subdivision or not.
"There were no bullet holes in the car, nothing," Aldonado said.
Fulmer was a beloved member of the softball team at Eagle's Landing High School. Fernandes spoke to one of her coaches, Brittany Lewis.
"Savannah was one of the most memorable kids I will ever coach. She always did everything I asked of her, not always with a smile, but always with respect," Lewis said.
Fulmer was set to graduate this year and her boyfriend graduated from Woodland High School last year.
The couple dated for 3 years and friends and loved ones want to know who did this to them.
If you know anything, you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 404-577-8477.
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