Couple, both aged 20 who went missing on Valentine’s Day both found dead.

Couple found dead after going missing since Valentine’s Day.

Tragic news struck Birmingham, Alabama, as a young couple, Christian Norris and Angeliyah Webster, both 20, who vanished on Valentine’s Day, were discovered deceased inside their vehicle, the Birmingham police announced on Saturday.

Christian and Angeliyah, the couple who had set out for a Valentine’s Day movie date in a white Ford Taurus, were reported missing on Thursday. Their vehicle was located less than 24 hours later, revealing the grim reality of their fate—both had suffered fatal gunshot wounds, indicating a tragic homicide.

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Heartbreak and shock reverberated through the community and the families of the victims. Angeliyah Webster’s brother, Demarco Thomas, expressed the profound pain of losing his sister, likening it to a crushing weight in his stomach.

As the investigation unfolds, authorities are grappling with the senseless violence that has marred the city. Just an hour before the discovery of Christian and Angeliyah’s bodies, another shooting claimed the lives of four individuals nearby. Police Chief Scott Thurmond condemned the surge in violence, describing it as incomprehensible.

Mayor Randall Woodfin, deeply affected by the tragedy, revealed that one of the victims, last seen on Valentine’s Day, was his cousin. In a heartfelt statement, he lamented the devastating toll of violence on families and communities, emphasizing that such loss cannot be tolerated.

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