https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/bc-okanagan-bodies-1.6023133 ''A couple out for a walk in a remote area of B.C.'s South Okanagan region this week discovered the bodies of two people that investigators now believe were the victims of a "targeted incident." The bodies were found Monday morning in the area of Naramata Creek Forest Service Road, and Penticton RCMP called in forensics experts to help investigate, according to a police press release. "Although we are still in the very preliminary stages of this investigation, early findings suggest that this was a targeted incident. At this time there is nothing to indicate a greater general risk to public safety," Penticton RCMP Supt. Brian Hunter said in the release. On Wednesday, Penticton RCMP announced it has identified one of the bodies, but is still working to confirm the identify of the second individual. A vehicle was also found near the area, which has since been seized and is now part of the investigation. ''