Police are trying to solve the mystery of a double teen homicide after a boy and a girl were found dead behind a Publix grocery store in Georgia.
Natalie Henderson, of Roswell, Georgia, and Cater Davis, of Woodstock, Georgia, both 17, were discovered by delivery driver in the parking lot of the store in Roswell early Monday.
Both died from a single gunshot wound to the head, the Fulton County Medical Examiner said in a statement Tuesday.
"The manner of death in both cases is homicide," the statement read. "Further investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths is to be done by the Roswell Police Department."
Tributes were paid Tuesday to the teens, who attended different high schools in the area.
Henderson was remembered as a "thriving" member of the Roswell High School Color Guard band.
Michael Moon, director of bands at the school, said she was "a fun, smart, talented young woman who was loved by so many."
Officials said both schools were providing counseling for students.