The investigation continues into the killing of three people in the Knik Goose Bay area outside Wasilla.

Alaska State Troopers have not released any information about suspects or possible motives in the slaying.

The bodies of Michael Attwood and Donna Marie Campos were found off Knik Knack Mud Shack Road on Sunday, Nov. 3.

Alyssa Jimenez was initially reported as a missing person related to the homicide. Her body was found Tuesday afternoon along mile 10 of Knik Goose Bay Road.

Troopers call the homicides an isolated incident, but the crime has some neighbors in the area on edge.

“Sad deal, too young. Gone too soon,” said Tina Sena who owns Perfect Start Espresso. Her coffee stand is two miles down the road from the crime scene.

She said she spoke with worried parents who drop their kids off at the nearby bus stop.

“Parents are leery about having even their older kids even walk up to the Chevron from this nice neighborhood,” Sena said.

She says she's noticed an increase in crime in the area.

Her coffee shop is in the parking lot of the Settler’s Bay Chevron gas station that was robbed at gunpoint about two weeks ago.

A sign on her stand advises customers the baristas are armed for good reason.

“This was actually our shop that we were robbed at gunpoint a few years ago as well. We’re surprised at how much crime we see out here compared to our other location in Big Lake and Wasilla,” Sena said.

There are still many questions surrounding the three recent deaths. Neighbors are hoping for more answers as the investigation goes forward.

Anyone with information is asked to call troopers.

Correction: This story has been edited to correct the name of one of the victims. It's Michael Attwood, not Michael Atwood.

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