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Two soldiers, one from the Navy and the other from the Army, were found dead inside a vehicle following Brazil’s loss to Cameroon on Dec. 3 in São Pedro da Aldeia, in the Lagos Region of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

They were identified as Júlio César Mikaloske and Sidnei Lins dos Santos. The two had spent the weekend in the Cabo Frio region and were watching the Brazil vs. Cameroon match with friends a day before they were found dead.

It was added that the two men got very drunk and went to a brothel in Sao Pedro da Aldeia, a municipality near Cabo Frio.

But it appears that the two took the wrong path and came across bandits. Both were allegedly tortured and burned alive. It could not be verified if the two men were inside the brothel at the time.

One of the bodies was found in the trunk of the car while the other was in the backseat of the vehicle, Metropoles reported.

Police are also looking at another angle on the incident where the duo may have gone to a nightclub and were attacked.

“The agents look for images from security cameras and listen to witnesses. Diligences are underway to determine the authorship of the crime," a police statement, after translation, read.

The bodies of the two men were brought to the Legal Medical Institute (IML) for proper identification and DNA testing.

According to the district delegate, Milton Siqueira Junior, the Civil Police will only confirm the identification of the victims after the DNA result.

Although that is pending, family and friends of Mikaloske believe that the Army sergeant was one of the fatalities.

"We are crying, yes we are, but with the hope that we will meet one day and that his legacy of kindness, justice, mercy bind our hearts. May your children always be the message of love and affection in the simple gesture. God will give justice!" one social media post read.

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