6 people found dead in remote area of California desert, car nearby was reportedly shot up, bodies torched

Strange details slowly emerge from the investigation 6 people found dead In a remote part of the California desert.

San Bernardino County Sheriff's spokeswoman Mara Rodriguez told reporters that police were first called for a welfare check to an area off Highway 395 on Tuesday around 8:15 p.m. Stated. Police said they initially found five people dead, then by morning they had found a sixth person.

Police have not disclosed the identity of the deceased, the time of death, or the manner of death. They are investigating this incident as a murder.

“The gender and age of the deceased have not been confirmed at this time.” Said Rodriguez.

The scene is believed to be in the Mojave Desert city of El Mirage, about 20 miles east of Victorville.

“Whatever the situation is, whatever they discover regarding the circumstances surrounding it, it's going to be heartbreaking,” Rodriguez continued. “Our investigators continue to do their best to obtain all possible information in order to quickly resolve this matter and bring justice to these individuals.”

KABC-TV reported that a blue minivan was also being searched by police, as was a dark blue SUV that was riddled with bullets. According to KABC, footage from the helicopter also showed a charred body, apparently set on fire.

Rodriguez Said The remote location made the investigation difficult, and the California Highway Patrol's Aviation Division had to be called in to help just find the scene.

“It will still be several hours before the body is ready to be removed from the scene,” she said.

“It's incredibly lonely. I can't get enough of that,” said KTLA-TV reporter Annie Rose Ramos.

El Mirage is an unincorporated area of ​​San Bernardino County in the Victor Valley region of the Mojave Desert.

The following is information about the murder investigation.

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