An American family was looking for answers Thursday after dual sisters were found passed in their hotel room on a bliss island in a Indian Ocean.
Annie Korkki and Robin Korkki were vacationing during a $2,000-a-night oppulance review on a Seychelles island of Mahé.
They were found passed on Sept. 22 after an worker during a Maia Luxury Resort and Spa attempted to arise them, according to a hotel and internal officials.
“There were no outlines on them whatsoever,” Seychelles Tourism Minister Alain St Ange told NBC News. “They had a good time in a day and afterwards they went to their room.”
St Ange pronounced their hermit and mom have trafficked to a island “and they are perplexing to find a cause.”
Police told a Seychelles News Agency that rough review showed there was “no pointer of violence” on a bodies. NBC News’ calls to officers doing a review were not returned early Thursday.
Local media reported an autopsy was scheduled after this week.
Annie Korkki was 37 years aged and lived in Denver and Robin Korkki was 42 and lived in Chicago, according to NBC hire KARE, that spoke with their family members.
Facebook and LinkedIn pages relating Annie Korkki’s sum pronounced she worked as a comparison executive partner during JPMorgan Chase in Denver. The association had not responded to NBC News’ ask for acknowledgment early Thursday.
Both sisters went to high propagandize in a suburb of Minneapolis, KARE reported.
“It’s all really surreal,” their brother, Chris Korkki, who lives in Lakeville, Minnesota, told a station. “We don’t know really much. Our family is still really most in shock. We’re devastated.”
The U.S. Embassy in Mauritius, another island around 1,000 miles away, extended a “deepest condolences to family and friends,” mouthpiece Valérie Olla told NBC News in an email.
“Our thoughts are with a family and friends,” combined Priya Naidoo, press officer for hotel organisation Tsogo Sun, that manages a resort.
The Seychelles is an archipelago of 115 islands some 800 miles from a East African coast, famous for a beaches and high-end oppulance resorts.