The Latest: Couple found dead after house fire; son sought
DIAMOND BAR, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on two people found dead after a house fire in eastern Los Angeles County (all times local):
Authorities are looking for the son of a couple whose bodies were found after a house fire east of Los Angeles.
The Sheriff’s Department says 33-year-old Ryan Venti is considered a person of interest but not a suspect.
His father and mother, 75-year-old John Venti and 66-year-old Linda Venti, were found dead early Friday after firefighters doused a suspicious blaze at their home in Diamond Bar.
Their badly burned bodies and that of their dog were found in a downstairs bedroom of the two-story home.
Authorities say it appears the fire was intentionally set. The house had no working smoke detectors.
Circumstances of their deaths remain under investigation.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s homicide detectives are seeking a possible relative of a man and woman who were found dead after a house fire in Diamond Bar.
The victims of the early Friday morning fire were between 65 and 70 years old but their identities have not been released.
A Sheriff’s Department statement says law enforcement is canvassing the neighborhood to locate a third person known to live at the location.
The victims were found on the lower floor of the two-story house along with a deceased dog.
The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department says two people have been found dead after a house fire in Diamond Bar.
The fire was reported around 4:45 a.m. Friday and it was extinguished about a half-hour later.
A Sheriff’s Department statement says the victims are a man and woman.
Authorities initially said there were three victims.