The bodies of an Orange Park man and his grandmother were found inside a Miami Gardens home on Tuesday morning.
Family members identified the two victims as 19-year-old Tyrone Walker and 67-year-old Annette Anderson. Police found their bodies inside Anderson's home at Northwest 207th Street and 34th Court on Tuesday morning.
As of Wednesday morning, police could not confirm their names. Officers found them gagged, bound, and shot several times.
"She was an angel," said Martha Williams, Anderson's aunt. "We're going to definitely miss her."
Family members said Walker moved to South Florida to go to school, and that Anderson was a minister at a local church who held Bible studies at her home on Tuesdays.
"We can't make heads or tails of it. She had no enemies. None. I didn't know anybody who had ill feelings towards my mother," said Carolyn Walker, Anderson's daughter. "My mother was good. She was kind. She would do anything for anybody."
"This kid wouldn't hurt no one -- no one," said Tyrone Walker Sr. "He wouldn't allow you to hurt any of his friends and he wouldn't hurt anybody. I still can't understand why this tragedy happened to him."
"What they really did to me is just rip my heart, and I'm a believer in Jesus Chris, but am I angry? I'm very angry. Am I frustrated? Very frustrated because this is nonsense and it needs to stop," said Tyrone Walker.
Anyone with information on the murders is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS.