The car belonging to a man that has been missing every since his brother and his girlfriend were found shot inside a car in the Mission Valley shopping center in San Diego has been found with a body inside, reports San Diego 7 News.
On Dec. 24, 2013, the San Diego Police found Ilona Gregorievna Flint, 22, and Salvatore Belvedere, 22, critically wounded inside a black Toyota Camry parked outside of Macy's around 1 a.m.
Although Flint was shot in the head she was able to call 911. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Belvedere was found shot in the head and torso and died later at the hospital.
San Diego Police did not know who shot the two and were seeking Gianni Leonardo Belvedere, 24, Salvatore's bother for questioning. He could not be located and family members believed that Gianni was missing because he had witnessed something and was in hiding.
Police believed that Gianni may have traveled back to Provo in his 2004 green Toyota Camry, but the discovery of the vehicle in the 19500 block of Van Buren Boulevard in Riverside, Calif. on Friday proved that to be wrong.
The Belvedere brothers had moved from Provo, Utah after high school to San Diego and began working at their father's restaurant Mario's in Lakeside. Ilona was dating Gianni and she had decided to follow him to San Diego to be with him reported the Union Tribune.
On Friday, the police had not determined who the person is that is in the vehicle nor how he died.