A tower on San Jose State's campus.
San Jose State's Tower Hall. Photo: Shu Wu/Flickr

San Jose State University officials identified the victims of Tuesday night’s murder/suicide as two graduating seniors. 25-year-old Marcory Tarlit Caliguiran and 26-year-old Thomas Kyle Williams were killed while sitting in Caliguiran’s car in a campus garage Tuesday evening. The alleged shooter,¬†Caliguiran’s 54-year-old husband, Napolean Lavarias Caliguiran, is believed to have shot himself after killing the two students. He died at a nearby hospital.

The San Jose Police Department and university police are jointly investigating the case. They feel it is an isolated incident of domestic violence but have yet to determine the motive behind the shooting. People with information about the murder/suicide are encouraged to contact the university police at (408) 924-2168.

Listen to KQED’s Tara Siler report from SJSU:

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Amanda Stupi is an interactive producer for KQED News. She grew up in Northern California, where her mother would woo her inside on warm summer nights with promises of The Monkees and CHIPS. Stupi is fascinated with the intersection between popular culture and the fine arts. Her idea of artistic perfection includes The Beastie Boys' Check Your Head, Joni Mitchell's Blue, Bull Durham, several episodes of Cheers, Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice and most of Wallace Stevens' poetry. Stupi's life goals include watching every episode of Law and Order, finishing a screenplay and thanking her mom in an Oscar acceptance speech.

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