Police in Georgia are searching for answers in a double homicide after two teenagers were found dead behind a grocery store.
The teens, identified as 17-year-old Natalie Henderson and 17-year-old Carter Davis, were found dead behind a Publix store in Roswell, Georgia, shortly before 6 a.m. Monday, the Roswell Police Department said.
They both suffered head trauma, according to a preliminary investigation, police said.
Their bodies were found by a delivery driver, police said.
The teens' deaths remain a mystery. Police said detectives are reviewing surveillance video, looking for witnesses and following up on leads.
Publix spokeswoman Brenda Reid told ABC News that Publix cannot comment on an open investigation, but added, "Our prayers and thoughts are with the family members of those two young people. We just pray for their peace of mind and recovery."