PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- The search for two people of interest continued Friday after a woman was found dead in the bedroom of her home in the 200 block of SW South Quick Circle.
Alisa Susan Kerman, 52, had been bludgeoned to death. The official cause of death is listed as 'blunt force trauma to the head.'
Officers arrived at the home Thursday evening after a teenager who lived at the home called 911.
David Weingard, 27, and Georgia Scordamaglia, 31, who lived at the home have not been seen since Kerman's death.
According to the police, they are considered armed and dangerous because the victim had guns in her house, which are now missing.
Neighbors said Kerman owned a 'bounce house' company. Some of the equipment could been seen in the garage. Neighbors said Kerman was hired for children's birthday parties.
"They would set up the bouncy houses. They would clean them up. There was never anything. It was just craziest thing seeing all these cops here yesterday it was just crazy," said neighbor Joe Dellaguardia.
Kerman's vehicle, a red 2003 Chevrolet Silverado with the Florida license tag BJM C93, was missing from the home, Sabol said.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Weingard, Scordamaglia or Kerman's vehicle are asked to call the Port St. Lucie Police Department at (772) 871-5001.