A couple in the camp was shot dead after encountering a “strange”




Kylen Schulte and Crystal Beck were familiar with the mountains of Moab and easily moved from campsite in the wilderness of Utah to campsite. But a week ago, the couple disappeared after telling a friend that they were indignant at the man they met.

“Kairen and Crystal told close friends that there was a weirdo camp near them that surprised them! And they should move to the campsite,” Schulte’s father, Sean Paul, said Wednesday. I wrote in a Facebook post. “Now they are missing for more than four days and at night!”

A friend made a disturbing discovery on Wednesday when the family said that Schulte (24) and Beck (38) had disappeared: two women were shot dead on a scenic road through a national forest. I found it. At the end of Thursday, they were identified as missing women.

Police are now searching for murderers, and victims’ families and friends are wondering why someone hurt them.

“She has been the moon and stars since the day she was born,” wrote Kairen’s aunt Bridget Calvert. GoFundMe To collect money for a funeral.

“Kairen’s heart was always full of love, life and God. She was the best sister, daughter, niece and cousin. She lived for the joy of the heart, not the hatred of the world. It was a free spirit. “

Culvert posted a photo of his recent wedding, showing Schulte in a white dress and Beck in a black suit using the name Crystal Turner. They had their arms crossed with each other.

“No matter how they go, I’m sure this is the way they will last forever,” the aunt wrote.

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Schulte’s grandmother, Kathleen, said on Facebook, “It was like the sun brightening the room she loved to enter and laugh at … we never get over this tragedy, but her memories. Will take over the joy of. “

Moab’s Moonflower Community Cooperative said in a Facebook post that Schulte had worked there for four years as a cashier, “the first friendly face many owners and patrons met while walking through the door. was”.

“Her genuine kindness, radiant energy, and tireless work ethic will affect the lives of countless people and will be deeply missed by the Moonflower and Moab communities,” the post said.

Beck’s relatives said they saw the couple at a family graduation ceremony in May. “I don’t think the crystals I saw live for a long time were so happy. They were very happy together,” he wrote on Facebook.

The Grand County Sheriff’s Office did not say whether there was a suspect or motive for double murder, but said he believed that “there is no danger to the people at the moment.”

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