The University of Southern California has issued an alert to students after one of two people found shot in a car in Los Angeles early Wednesday was identified as a USC student.
The bodies of a man and a woman were found in the BMW south of 27th Street near South Raymond in what's considered the West Adams District.
The female victim was identified as a USC student, according to an alert sent by campus police.
Investigators are trying to determine what led to the shooting that occurred at about 1 a.m.
"We have detectives fanned out in all directions," said Commander Andrew Smith. "The vehicle is being taken back to the crime lab for processing to see if we can get a fingerprint."
A carjacking is only one of many possible motives detectives are considering, Smith said.
A witness told police a male was seen running from the location, but details regarding the subject were not available, Smith said.
Both victims were in their 20s, police said