NAMPA, Idaho — Police have identified the two young men who were found dead from multiple gunshot wounds in a southwestern Idaho house on Saturday.

The Idaho Press-Tribune reports that Nampa police on Monday identified the bodies as 22-year-old Dagoberto Lopez Jr. and 21-year-old Esiel Jesus Oseguera.

Police say the bodies were found on Saturday morning in a Nampa house on South Maple Street near the campus of Northwest Nazarene University.

Police say autopsies were conducted, and investigators are treating the case as a homicide.

Nampa Police Chief Joe Huff says this case is a top priority for the department, and they’re “devoting all of our attention to solving this case and locating the person or persons responsible.”

Information from: Idaho Press-Tribune,

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