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Two Young Ontario Women Were Killed In A Double Homicide On Tuesday

Investigators need help tracing a takeout food order found at the scene.

Two young Ontario women have lost their lives in an incident that took place in Fort Erie, Niagara Region on January 19.

Police have identified 20-year-old Juliana Pannunzio of Windsor and 18-year-old Christina Crooks of Toronto as the victims. Detectives now need help tracing a takeout food order that was discovered at the scene.

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The food order [...] was contained in a non-descript grey plastic bag with the number "923" written on the outside of the bag. Niagara Regional Police Service

The bag contained a cheeseburger, French fries, chicken wings, celery, and carrots with blue cheese. They were packaged in separate containers and came with several packets of ketchup.

According to Niagara Police, the order was likely placed on Monday evening or in the early morning hours of Tuesday morning.

They are looking to confirm which restaurant the food originated from, and are asking for the public's assistance.

Police have said that the two victims had "obvious signs of trauma," reports Global News.

Their bodies were reportedly discovered at a short-term rental unit, and detectives believe that they were part of a larger group who had also been there.

Anyone with information that may be helpful is asked to call investigators at (905) 688-4111 ext. 1009134.

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