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Mystery as teenage couple are found shot dead in a relative’s parked vehicle

Mystery as teenage couple are found shot dead in a relative’s parked vehicle on Thanksgiving morning in Georgia

  • Dahmir Robinson, 19, & Savannah Fulmer, 18, were discovered last Thursday  
  • Neighbors found them with gunshot wounds to the head in McDonough 
  • The couple, who had been dating for three years, were from Henry County

Mystery surrounds the deaths of two teenage lovers found shot in a relative’s parked car on Thanksgiving morning in Georgia. 

Neither of the victims, Dahmir Robinson, 19, or Savannah Fulmer, 18, were from the McDonough neighborhood, where their bodies were discovered. 

Neighbors said they saw the couple – who were confirmed to have been dating for three years in nearby Henry County – sitting in the car during the very early hours of Thursday morning. 

A teenage couple were found shot dead in a relative's parked car in Georgia in the early hours of Thanksgiving morning. Neither of the victims, Dahmir Robinson (left), 19, or Savannah Fulmer (left and right), 18, were from the McDonough neighborhood where their bodies were discovered

A teenage couple were found shot dead in a relative’s parked car in Georgia in the early hours of Thanksgiving morning. Neither of the victims, Dahmir Robinson (left), 19, or Savannah Fulmer (left and right), 18, were from the McDonough neighborhood where their bodies were discovered

Witness Jamie Aldonado said he initially thought the couple were asleep. It wasn’t until he peered through the window that he saw their injuries. 

‘To me, it just looked weird,’ Aldonado said. ‘And as I approached the car, I immediately saw the male passenger had a bullet wound.’ 

Robinson was sat in the passenger seat and Fulmer in the driver’s seat, both with gunshot wounds to the head. 

Police have not been able to confirm whether the couple were shot while sitting in the car or if their corpses were moved from another location. 

‘There were no bullet holes in the car, nothing,’ Aldonado said. 

Pictured is the crime scene and the car that the couple were killed in last Thursday. Witnesses said they initially thought the couple were sleeping in the car in McDonough, Georgia

Pictured is the crime scene and the car that the couple were killed in last Thursday. Witnesses said they initially thought the couple were sleeping in the car in McDonough, Georgia 

Robinson and Fulmer, who were said to have dated for three years, are pictured before their death in Georgia last week. Fulmer was said to have been a popular athlete. Her softball coach praised her as having a 'kind heart' and 'sweet spirit'

Robinson and Fulmer, who were said to have dated for three years, are pictured before their death in Georgia last week. Fulmer was said to have been a popular athlete. Her softball coach praised her as having a ‘kind heart’ and ‘sweet spirit’

An officer is pictured in front of the car in McDonough, Georgia. Police are currently unsure whether the pair were killed while in the vehicle or whether their bodies were moved there post-mortem

An officer is pictured in front of the car in McDonough, Georgia. Police are currently unsure whether the pair were killed while in the vehicle or whether their bodies were moved there post-mortem 

According to NYDailyNews, it is speculated that the bodies were moved post-mortem.  

McDonough police Major Kyle Helgerson said: ‘I can tell you that there was evidence that led us to believe that the shooting did happen there, they were not dumped there as some might suggest.’ 

Police are still hunting for leads and have asked for the public’s help.

According to Helgerson, it’s ‘likely’ the murderers knew the teenage lovers.  

Robinson had recently graduated from Woodland High School. Fulmer was in her ultimate year at Eagles Landing High School. She is reported to have been a popular athlete. 

Fulmer’s former softball coach, Brittany Lewis, praised her ‘kind heart and sweet spirit’.  

‘She always gave me hug and told me how much she was having playing the game. I will always remember her as I step on the field from here on out,’ Lewis added.  

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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