Police: Two teens found dead in Crowley were gunned down

CROWLEY -- The two teenagers found dead near a road in Crowley Saturday night both died of gunshot wounds, according to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office, which lists the manner of death as homicide.

Edgar Ramirez, 17, no address listed, died of shotgun wounds to the head and left arm. Matthew Lemus, 19, died of shotgun wounds to the chest, the medical examiner’s website said Monday.

But Crowley police did not release any additional details.

City spokesman Jay Hinton said Monday police officials had no updates on the case.

Police said they were continuing to investigate Sunday after the two were found dead Saturday night just north of Bicentennial Park.

Police responded to an investigation call shortly after 11:30 p.m. in the 700 block of Hutchins Drive. They found the bodies at the edge of the road.

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