The bodies of James and Michelle Butler, of Rumney, N. H., were found in a shallow grave on Padre Island, Texas, deputies said.
The bodies were found in a shallow grave on a south Texas beach were from the missing in New Hampshire, suggest that the pick-up or RV were stolen and driven to Mexico, according to the report.
The bodies of James and Michelle Butler, of Rumney, was found on Sunday and Monday, and on Padre Island, near Corpus Christi, according to the Kleberg County Sheriff’s Office. They had been on Friday.
The couple was killed, but the delegates were not to talk about how the Corpus Christi Caller-Times reported.
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Butler, 48, and his wife, 46, were in their CAMPER at Padre Island, Oct. 15 and then he was out with a friend the next day, WBZ-TV reported.
“They were very, very good to stay in touch with everyone, and it is great to share in their daily adventures,” James Butler’s sister, Deborah, Van Loon, said, according to the station.
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The station reported that police have surveillance footage of the Butler out of the truck and CAMPER to cross the border between Mexico and the Oct. 21 an unknown person on the other side of the steering wheel.
The couple left New Hampshire at the beginning of the end of 2018 and to go on a trip to the country, which was supported by odd jobs along the way, WBZ reported.
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A deputy said the Butler’s body that was found under his wife’s body