A autopsy is scheduled for Tuesday to find out exactly what killed two men found dead outside of Bonanza.
The bodies were found on a horse ranch just east of Bonanza.
One man is presumed to be 32 year old Everado Mendez-Ceja of Richmond, California.
The other man is believed to be 38 year old Ricardo Jauregui of Oakley, California.
Making a positive identification will require matching fingerprints, DNA, or dental records to the bodies. Klamath County Sheriff Tim Evinger notes that could take anywhere from a couple of days, to several months...
"The fastest would be using fingerprints. DNA might take quite a bit longer, and dental maybe even longer yet to get the records."
Family members reported Mendez-Ceja and Jauregui as 'missing' after they failed to return from a trip to Bonanza to visit a horse ranch.
"We're looking at who they might have visited, were there horses involved." Says Sheriff Evinger. "We understand there may have been some horses involved in the situation."
Jauregui's truck was found burned up on the 4A's ranch October 6th.
The bodies were found six miles away on Thursday the 18th.
And while they've interviewed dozens of people, police say they still aren't sure of a possible motive behind the killing.