Two Romanians were found dead Monday morning nearby a gas station on boulevard Palmiro Togliatti, South East Rome, La Repubblica informs. Aged about 25 years each, their bodies do not present evident signs of physical abuse.

The two seem to have died after a supra-dose, but Italian policemen do not exclude the possibility of murder. Their bodies were discovered on Monday morning, around 7AM by the owner of the gas station who announced authorities.

Madre Teresa di Calcutta, the park where the two bodies were found is frequently transited by Romanians.