2 charged in murder of women found strangled in car
Two people have been charged in the double murder and strangulation of two Chicago women found in Palos Park.
The husband of one of the victims and a resident of the home they all shared on the Southwest Side have been charged with murder, according to sources.
The burned bodies the two women were found in a car in southwest suburban Palos Park Saturday.
Firefighters were called to the burning in a nature preserve near Ford and Wolf roads.
Once they put out the flames on the PT Cruiser, they found two bodies inside, burned beyond recognition.
The medical examiner says the women were a mother and daughter – the mother in her 70s. The daughter in her 50s.
Both were strangled.