OSHKOSH, WI (WTAQ) - Winnebago County Sheriff's say the man found dead inside a car following Wednesday's standoff on Highway 41 does match the description of a liquor store robber.
Sheriff's say the clothes 29-year-old Randy Lamb was wearing and the gun he had matched those seen on video surveillance at Hank's Payne's Point Liquor in the Town of Vinland.
Lamb and 28-year-old Ashley Luka were found dead inside the car after a standoff that re-routed traffic for two hours in Oshkosh.
Sheriff's officials also say they recovered evidence from the robbery inside the car. The owner of the liquor store told FOX 11 Lamb got away with about $600.
The Winnebago County sheriff's department said both were also considered suspects in a burglary where jewelry was stolen from a home in the town of Vinland Tuesday.
Authorities confirm the vehicle did not belong to Lamb. Investigators also said while Luka was not a suspect in the liquor store robbery, she was a willing participant.
A preliminary autopsy report indicates Lamb and Luka both died from self-inflicted gunshot wounds.
The sheriff's office says no officers fired their weapons, although the investigation into the standoff and deaths has been turned over to the Oshkosh Police Department.