Two bodies were found on a secluded road in East Alabama Sunday morning.
Russell County Sheriff Heath Taylor tells us Kenneth and Monica Brown were in a ditch on Johnson Road in Hurtsboro. Authorities believe they were in their 30's.
The couple's car, a red Chevrolet Impala, was spotted along the road around 9:30 a.m.
According to Sheriff Taylor, the deaths appear to be a murder, suicide. Taylor would not say how the pair died but he said the couple recently separated.
Both bodies will be sent to Montgomery for autopsy.
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