The only witness to the double-murder of a woman and her daughter-in-law, who were found strangled in their Baldwin Park home, was a 7-month-old child, police said Thursday.
The day after the bodies were found on the dining room floor of the house on Elwyn Drive, detectives still had no clues or a motive for the slayings and no suspects, Lt. Michael Bennett said.
There were no signs of a break-in or ransacking of the house, he said.
The women were identified as Pichu Chang, 50 and her daughter-in-law, Mai Ting, 28.
Their bodies were discovered by another woman who lived at the house. Ting's 7-month-old child was in the house at the time of the slayings, Bennett said.