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San Diego Police – NBC 7 San Diego

A woman who was killed by her husband who then committed suicide died of strangulation, San Diego police said Thursday. The disappearance of the San Ysidro couple sparked a search for the missing couple in the days leading up to Christmas.

The bodies of Melissa and Johnny Soto were found by U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Tuesday afternoon in a car at the Golden Acorn Casino, San Diego police said. The man suffered a gunshot wound to the head and the woman died of strangulation, according to the SDPD investigation.

NBC 7’s Shandel Menezes speaks with family and neighbors after their sixth day of searching for answers.

The recently separated Sotos were last seen by their youngest son, Vincent.

“It was like a normal night,” Vincent remembers. “He was just sitting here watching TV like he always does. And my parents, they always talk. He asked me, “Hey, Vinny, can you go for a minute?” We’ll talk. So I left the house without assuming anything.

Vincent waited about an hour and a half before his father texted him saying they were gone and he could come home. As hours passed without the parents returning, the siblings began to worry. They called police the next morning and contacted their aunt Christina Sandoval.

“They left with no clothes,” Sandoval told NBC 7. “They left with nothing. All of his clothes that he normally wears, like the sweatshirts there in the bedroom. His phone was left here. His wallet was left here. His keys were left here and then his phone was turned off about 15 to 20 minutes after he left here.

Those close to Melissa and Johnny told NBC 7 that the couple’s marriage was difficult. After more than 20 years together, they separated in July.

Neighbors’ surveillance video appears to show the last moments the couple could be seen. Around 8:51 p.m., the video shows a car that could be Melissa’s pulling into the driveway of the Soto house. According to neighbor Raymond Arzola, a man appeared to get out of the driver’s seat. Then, at 10:19 p.m., the same car pulled out of the driveway, turned around, and reversed back into the driveway.

Another neighbor’s surveillance video shows the garage door and car trunk open six minutes later. Arzola thinks Johnny can be seen in the video. The family said police checked the trunk and found nothing.

Arzola said he saw a man get back into his silver Toyota Tacoma before driving away at 10:33 p.m. He added that he never saw Melissa on his surveillance footage.

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