The the Waukesha County medical examiner will perform autopsies today, Friday June 6, 2014, to determine how the two died. The bodies were transported to Waukesha County late Thursday.
The suitcases originally were discovered by a highway worker cutting grass along the east side of N. Como Road, north of County Highway H, according to a Town of Geneva Police Department press release.
The worker apparently moved the suitcases out of the long grass and placed them on the side of the road so he could continue cutting, according to the release.
A neighbor then called police to complain about the suitcases, and when officers arrived about 3 p.m., they discovered the bodies.
Investigators were on the scene until late Thursday, but the scene along Como Road had returned to normal by Friday morning.
"The town of Geneva is a very safe town," Police Chief Steve Hurley told Fox 6, "and I'd like to emphasize that there's no concern for any of the residents here or the neighbors on North Como Road, I can assure them of that."
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Bodies discovered in Geneva Township
GENEVA TOWNSHIP -- Authorities will perform an autopsy today, Friday June 6, 2014, on two bodies discovered along N. Como Road Thursday afternoon.
The bodies were transported to the Waukesha County medical examiner who hopes to learn how the two died.
The bodies were discovered about 3 p.m. Thursday, June 5, 2014, and police searched the area along Como Road, north of Highway H well into the evening Thursday, according to a report by Fox 6 Milwaukee.
Few details were released to the public, however.
"The town of Geneva is a very safe town," Police Chief Steve Hurley told Fox 6, "and I'd like to emphasis that there's no concern for any of the residents here or the neighbors on North Como Road, I can assure them of that."