UPDATE: 1:15 p.m., Thursday
SACRAMENTO -- The Sacramento Sheriff's Department says they've learned all they need to know about the man who died in a murder-suicide in Huntington Beach.
Sgt. Jason Ramos says evidence found in a carjacked Toyota Camry links 32-year-old Abraham Felmley to the Florin Road house fire from Monday -- and the deaths of the two men found severely beaten inside.
Felmley's body was found next to the body of 49 year-old Robert Duran of Huntington Beach in a wetland area Tuesday.
Huntington Beach Police say Felmley shot and killed Duran before taking his own life. While they're unclear about the connection between the two men, Ramos says it's clear Felmley is the only suspect in all the crimes.
UPDATE: 5:44 p.m., Wednesday
More details are being released in the South Sacramento fatal fire case. Police are now calling the death of 32-year-old Abraham Felmley and Robert Duran a murder-suicide.
Lt. John Domingo with Huntington Beach Police said that Felmley shot and killed Duran, before turning the gun on himself and taking his own life in a heavily wooded park. Authorities are still trying to make a connection between Duran and Felmley, and a motive has not yet been determined.
A weapon was recovered at the scene.
An autopsy of Felmley will be conducted tomorrow.
UPDATE: 4:18 p.m., Wednesday
32 year-old Abraham Felmley was a parolee, a suspect in the suspicious death of two family members who were found inside a burned out home in Florin off French Road and a Merced carjacking. He was then found dead in Huntington Beach alongside another man.
Sgt. Jason Ramos with the Sacramento Sheriff's Department said the bodies that were found in the house both sustained significant traumatic injury that were not the result of the fire.
He went on to say Felmley may have taken a gun from the home which he used in that carjacking.
Law enforcement agencies in multiple jurisdictions say they're still not sure of a motive in any of the crimes, all they're certain of is on Tuesday, Felmley was found next to another man, Robert Duran, in Huntington Beach -- both bodies sustained numerous gunshot wounds. Huntington Beach Police say Felmley's hair was dyed blue. An autopsy for Felmley is set for tomorrow.
UPDATE: 5:23 p.m., Tuesday
SACRAMENTO -- Abraham Felmley has been found dead in the community of Huntington Beach, according to Jason Ramos of the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department.
Police in Huntington Beach, a coastal community about 20 miles south of Los Angeles found two dead bodies in a park. They identified one of the bodies as Felmley, Ramos said.
Felmley was wanted in Merced for a carjacking. Felmley was also suspected in the beating of two family members and possibly the fire which destroyed a Florin-area home late Monday morning. Felmley was considered armed and dangerous and on his way to Southern California where he also has family.
UPDATE: 3:30 p.m., Tuesday
SACRAMENTO -- New information was just released in the case of the two men who were found dead in a burned out south Sacramento home. Authorities now say they were beaten.
A person of interest has been identified by the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department in a fire that killed two people Monday morning.
Abraham Felmley, 32, is described as a 6-foot-tall male who weighs about 140 pounds, the sheriff's department said.
He has multiple tattoos and could be driving a 1992 green Toyota Camry. Investigators said Felmely is related to the victims in the fire.
"We know that there is at least one firearm missing from the home where the fire was yesterday..." Sacramento Sheriff's Department Sergeant Jason Ramos said.
Ramos said the victims in the fire were severely beaten prior to the fire being set in the home. It's not known if Felmley is still in the area or may have headed to Southern California where he has other family members.
UPDATE: 1 p.m., Monday
Sac Metro Fire is reporting that two people have died in a structure fire on French Road in south Sacramento County.
The fire broke out at a house earlier this morning. Sac Metro Fire Tweeted that the command post discovered two victims.
Crews arrived at the scene around 11:05 a.m. and found the building fully involved, according to firefighters.
Firefighters were given orders to evacuate the building around 11:22 a.m. and changed to a defensive containment approach, firefighters said.
Firefighters reported that the fire was well-developed, with smoke from celing to floor, flames visible through windows and a power line falling onto one of the first arriving emergency response vehicles.
Sacramento Metro Fire's Captain Christopher Quinn praised the efforts of firefighters searching the burning home.
An investigation into the fire and deaths of the victims will begin immediately, he said.
All of French road is shut down, as the area is clogged with fire units working the scene.