Police said Friday they still had no suspects in the killings of a man and woman in a Tujunga condominium.
Los Angeles Police Department detectives did not identify the victims or disclose how they were killed. They said the dead man had been living in the condominium and the woman was his girlfriend. The bodies were found Thursday by the man's roommate.
The police said they were examining the second-floor, two-bedroom residence in the 10100 block of Commerce Avenue.
"The crime scene has the potential for scientific evidence so we're proceeding with caution," said Lt. Clay Farrell of the LAPD's Robbery-Homicide Division.
The bodies were found by Michael Gregorian, 23, whose family owns the condominium, according to his father. Armond Gregorian said his son threw a party there Wednesday night, but left at 3 a.m. Thursday when it became too rowdy.