MA authorities are investigating after the bodies of a man and a woman were discovered inside a home in Peabody.
Investigators on Monday identified the victim's of the double homicide at 19 Farm Ave.as Mark Greenlaw, 37, and his girlfriend 39-year-old Jennifer O'Connor, who lived at the address.
Police are continuing to investigate the crime.
Authorities were reportedly searching for two suspects Sunday after a man and a woman were found brutally murdered inside their MA home. Peabody police and state police used "various resources" to determine the amount of bodies in the home.
They are believed be driving a stolen 1992 Acura and may be armed, WBZ-TV wrote.
Police were first called to the scene late Saturday night, when a woman staying at the home ran out and flagged down a passing driver for help.
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Earlier, authorities said one body was found in the cellar but added they were investigating whether there were more.
Police said these deaths are not random and that there is no danger to the public.
Peabody Police Chief Thomas Griffin says police had been called to the home several times for different kinds of incidents in the past.
"There's been activity here before which necessitated the police department's response", said Blodgett.