‘Unspeakable tragedy’: Death of pregnant teen and boyfriend now capital murder case

'Unspeakable tragedy': Death of pregnant teen and boyfriend now capital murder case

The mysterious deaths of a pregnant teenager, Savanah Soto, and her boyfriend, Matthew Guerra, are now being investigated as a capital murder case by San Antonio police. The 18-year-old pregnant woman, scheduled to be induced at a hospital on Saturday, and her 22-year-old boyfriend were found dead in a Kia Optima in San Antonio. The unborn child was also found deceased. Both victims had gunshot wounds, and the case is currently being investigated as a capital murder for both individuals.

Police are looking for two persons of interest and have released footage showing one driving the victims’ Kia Optima, while the other is seen driving a dark-colored pickup truck. The person of interest in the pickup truck is observed talking to the driver of the victims’ car. The case is described as an “unspeakable tragedy,” and detectives are examining social media, cellphone records, and surveillance videos to piece together events leading up to the deaths.

Soto was reported missing on December 22, and her family became concerned after she missed a scheduled medical appointment. The pregnant teen had passed her delivery date, and her mother, Gloria Cordova, mentioned that Savanah was excited about the impending arrival of the baby. When Soto did not show up at the hospital for the scheduled induction, her family contacted the police. Detectives are hopeful that surveillance video evidence will shed light on the events leading up to the tragic deaths. The case is still under investigation, and the police are urging anyone with information to come forward.