A Washington State woman, fearing for the wellbeing of her parents, went to their home to check on them, only to find that the couple had been brutally murdered!
The disturbing find happened in the city of Olalla in Kitsap County, WA.
According to the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO), the woman who called 911 was the daughter of the two victims. She told authorities that she went to her parent’s house to check on them, and she saw trails of blood and evidence that someone had forced their way inside. She looked around the house but could not locate her parents.
Fearing the worst, she called the police.
At around 5:15 p.m., authorities arrived at the residence on Shady Glen Ave. SE near Purdy Creek to investigate the scene. After searching the property, deputies made the gruesome discovery of the two bodies of the murdered victims.
KCSO detectives were immediately able to recognize that 51-year-old Steven P. Shulz and 51-year-old Mina Shulz were violently killed – but did not reveal too many other details about their deaths to the police.
Both of their bodies were turned over to the Kitsap County Coroner’s Office to determine the manner of death.
Since the horrific discovery, The KCSO homicide detectives, detectives have been tirelessly working to find the person responsible for this brutal double homicide, and in only a day or so, they have identified a suspect.
According to the most recent update on the case, detectives have obtained a felony arrest warrant for 40-year-old Shaun D. Rose. He is believed to be hiding in the Tacoma area and is considered armed and dangerous.
Rose is described as a white man, standing at 5’10″ with brown hair. He has a criminal record that includes five felonies and two gross misdemeanors.
Investigators believe Rose stole a vehicle near Bowe Lane in Port Orchard on Aug. 18, and are looking for surveillance video in the area taken between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. Anyone with video that could help detectives in their investigation is asked to email them to email@example.com.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is urged to call Detective Jennifer Rice at 360-337-5616 or call 911.
This is a developing story.