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Married business couple found dead at home in southern Vietnam

Sunday, January 24, 2016, 16:06 GMT+7

A married couple, who owned a coffee processing firm in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, was found dead at their residence on Sunday morning.

Investigative reports showed that the two victims are Luong Van Dau, 67, and his wife, Vo Thi Nam, 63, who were both the owners of the Huu Khanh coffee processing company, the largest such firm in Cai Lay Town, Tien Giang Province.

The couple were found dead in their bedroom on the second floor of their house, which is also the main office of the firm, by one of their relatives.

Many stabs were discovered on the bodies of the deceased, while some furniture at the scene was altered.

A police source said that cuts were seen on the victims’ necks.

Investigation is still underway.

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