By Ryan Hill

VACAVILLE (CBS13) – A mother from Georgia told CBS13 she fears that her daughter is one of the victims in the horrific live-stream of the aftermath of a Vacaville double murder.

Vacaville police said the double murder involving two females happened in an apartment at a complex located on Rocky Hill Road on early Saturday morning.

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On Monday, Vacaville Police Sgt. Kate Cardona said one victim was 26 and the other was 15. The identities of the victims have not been released, although their next-of-kin have been notified.

The suspect, 29-year-old Raymond Michael Weber of Sacramento, is accused of committing the two killings.

Michael Weber (credit: Vacaville PD)

Those who live at the complex say they couldn’t believe their eyes seeing the live-stream or hearing about what happened a few doors down.

“It’s disturbing as it sounds,” Morgan Gardener, a neighbor said.

“We had no idea of something like that going on,” another neighbor named Eddie C. said.

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The mother of 26-year-old Savannah Theberge said that after she watched the live-streamed video she believed it was her daughter who was one of the two victims. She told CBS13 she fears it’s her daughter’s based on one of the woman’s features and distinctive tattoos.

Savannah Theberge told her mother she and Weber had recently become engaged. (credit: Enyaw Taylor-Theberge)

The woman told us she and Savannah last spoke last week. She said Savannah told her that she and Weber had recently become engaged and were going to visit California.

Those who live at the complex didn’t know Weber well.

“It was never anything eerie or creepy or anything like that. It was just pretty much, ‘Hey,’ and that was it. You know, I had seen him a couple of times. But I guess he does not live here,” Gardner said.

The frightened mother told CBS13 that Savannah has a 4-year-old son and was working for FedEx in Utah.

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