A Queens couple was murdered Friday morning when an unknown intruder entered their Springfield Gardens home and shot them execution-style while they were still in bed.
64-year old Fugrin Jaggarnauth and his 56-year old wife, Rosis Jaggarnauth, were both shot in the head, while their 23-year old son, Shane Jaggarnauth, was wounded after being shot in the shoulder, according to The Post.
The couple's other son, Shawn Jaggarnauth, who arrived home to find his parents dead, expressed his grief and shock.
"My family was shot, my parents were killed," cried Shawn a few hours after the 4 a.m shooting.
"I can't believe this," he said outside the 113th Precinct stationhouse. "This is crazy."
Police say the motive behind the murder remains unknown. However, authorities noted that the family's Toyota was missing and it is believed that the gunman used the vehicle to flee from the home. Both sons are working with the police in the investigation.
Family friend Melissa McGregor told The Daily News that the family had no enemies.
"Everybody here knows the family," said McGregor, adding that the Jaggarnauths, originally from Trinidad, had lived on the quiet block for more than a decade. "It doesn't make sense."
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