Police confirm children inside home where two people were killed in Randallstown

Posted at 4:03 PM, Apr 04, 2017
and last updated 2017-04-05 08:55:16-04

After a second day, there's still little information on what happened to a Baltimore County couple killed inside a Randallstown home. 

Chinika Hursey and her boyfriend Steven Campbell, both 36, were found dead. 

While information trickles in, there's been an outpouring of support from those who knew the couple best as police continue to search for a killer. 

A couple of bouquets flank the front door at the Bald Eagle Court home. 

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A day earlier, the house, that belonged to Hursey was the center of  Baltimore County police investigation. 

"It looks as if these two people in this house were targeted in some way. Part of the investigation is figuring out exactly why," Officer Jennifer Peach, with the department, said. 

Also, police want to peel back to layers to what police call an 'odd series of events.'

Peach said there weren't signs of a break-in and no murder weapon was recovered. 

Security cams hover over the home's garage doors. investigators not sure, yet, if the cameras were on that tonight, but if they were it could be a helpful clue.

"You hear all kind of crazy stuff, but not nothing like that. Everybody is fine. You don't hear fighting. No. Not no shooting or nothing. This is really cr---I'm really hurt," Fatimah Mohamed, a neighbor, said.

Police say Hursey's children were inside the home overnight when they believe the murder happened, but they're ok.

 Now it's a melancholic mood stunning an entire neighborhood. 

"If somebody was in the house and we have a suspect on the loose, they could have discarded any type of evidence. It could be clothing, it could be a weapon, it could be anything that could have been discarded," Peach said. 

This is the 11th and 12th homicide in Baltimore County this year. According to Chinika's Facebook page, she just celebrated her birthday two weeks ago. 

If you have any information, call Metro Crimestoppers at 1-866-7-LOCKUP.