LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Two bodies have reportedly been found in a Las Vegas hotel, according to KVVU FOX5.
Las Vegas Metro police told KVVU the bodies were found at the Circus Circus Las Vegas Friday afternoon.
A representative from the Las Vegas police said the deceased, a husband and wife, were found after they missed a scheduled tour of the Grand Canyon.
The two were apparently with a tour group from Los Angeles.
Police initially said the incident appeared to be a homicide but left open the possibility it was a murder, suicide. They said there does not appear to be a threat to others.
Police said a witness reported yelling, possibly arguing, coming from the area of couple's hotel room around 2 a.m. Friday.
The hotel's parent company, MGM Resorts International, released the following statement:
"Las Vegas Metropolitan Police is on scene and we are cooperating with their investigation. LVMPD has indicated that there is no known threat to guest safety at this time." ~Spokesperson Brian Ahern with MGM