WHAT’S BEING CLAIMED:
- Two Vietnamese tourists were stabbed to death in their hotel room in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Police are still investigating the homicide of the tourists, a man and a woman, who were found on Friday.
- The Embassy of Vietnam in Washington has identified the victims as Nghia Boi Sang, 38, director of a Ho Chi Minh City-based tourist company and her employee Nguyen Le Ba Khuong, 30, according to Vietnam News Agency.
Two Vietnamese tourists were found dead in a room at Circus Circus hotel and casino on Friday. Police Lt. Ray Spencer told reporters that the victims were stabbed multiple times.
According to the police, the hotel security did a welfare check after some members of the group reported the couple was not on the trip. The police believe the suspect or suspects were involved in an argument that someone has reported hearing in the room early Friday morning.
Members of the group were brought in for questioning, but the language barrier provided some challenges, Fox 5 Vegas reported.