Google Maps (WASHINGTON) - Police in suburban Maryland are investigating the double murder of two teenagers who were set to graduate high school Tuesday, but were found shot dead Monday night.
In an e-mail to parents of students at Northwest High School, Najjar and Ziberov were described as "excellent students who had a positive impact on those around them and they will be greatly missed".
Police answered a report of shots fired Monday night in a residential neighborhood in Montgomery Village and found the two with gunshot wounds in the auto. When they arrived, they found the victims suffering from gunshot wounds inside a vehicle parked on that street.
Police said they received a call at around 10:45 pm from someone who reported hearing gunshots.
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The school remembered the students at a heartfelt ceremony.
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Ziberov, who planned to attend the University of Maryland, had a "dry sense of humor" "paired with a truly kind spirit", D'Andrea said.
"May God punish who did this to my son".
Ziberov's stepfather told FOX5 he had no idea why his step-son was in Montgomery Village Monday.
Friends and family of the two honor roll teens were devastated by the news of their deaths. "I'm sure the police will find who killed my boy".
"None of this was meant to be", Babu told the Post.
Merien Abou Ghazaleh, 17, said she met Najjar at a mosque five years ago.