"Fire department had to make forced entry into the apartment because it was locked. They saw there was a mattress on fire and then the two victims themselves were engulfed in flames,” explained Kacee Hargrave, PIO Shreveport police. The two males have been identified as Jerry Burns a paraplegic and Tony Stickell. Authorities believe Stickell was Burns' caregiver. "I was surprised it occurred, but I knew the associations he kept were not really the best caliber. I felt like at some point I would receive some type of phone call like this,” admitted Robert Burns, Jerry Burns’ brother. Burns' brother drove in from Alexandria hoping to salvage something from the fire. "If there would be a positive side, it was the fact I was able to save one of the family albums with some pictures of him and my mom." At this point family members can't figure out who would want to hurt the two men, and despite police sifting through the rubble for hours they have no solid leads. "No suspect information at this time were hoping someone will call us, come forward,” commented Hargrave. Hours after the bodies were discovered, Stickell’s car was found abandoned on the exit ramp at Interstate 20 at Monkhouse Drive. Authorities say, the Grand AM did not appear to be damaged.