Four people were found murdered in an abandoned SUV hidden in a Wisconsin cornfield on Sunday, authorities said.
The two women and two men were found shot dead in a Black SUV with Minnesota plates that had been driven into the cornfield off a rural road in Sheridan Township, the Dunn County Sheriff’s Office said.
None of the four victims – all of whom came from Minnesota — had any personal connection to the area, Sheriff Kevin Bygd said in a Monday press briefing.
“We can’t find any connection to this area other than possibly randomly driving from the Twin Cities,” Bygd told reporters.
Sheridan is about 70 miles outside of St. Paul.
The bodies were found after a 911 call at 2:18 p.m. of passengers in the SUV who weren’t moving, the sheriff said. They had been there fewer than 24 hours, according to Bygd.
The sheriff’s office doesn’t think the quadruple murder was tied to