Person found dead in car engulfed in flames identified - Tucson News Now

Person found dead in car engulfed in flames identified

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The person found dead in a burning car on Friday has been identified. 


Anthony Walter Patrick Basher, 54, was found by Pima County deputies in the 4500 block of N. Caminito Callado around 9 p.m. 

He was staying with a friend at the home, near Campbell and River, where the car was found outside of. Basher was from California. He was a veterinarian in the San Diego area. 

Death has not considered by homicide but, detectives are still waiting for autopsy results and for forensics analysis of evidence gathered at scene before releasing a cause of death. 

The investigation continues. 

 

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