SUMMIT COUNTY -- Police have charged 18-year-old Shawn Eric Ford Jr. ofAkron withthe murders of Jeffrey Schobert and his wife Margaret.

They were bludgeoned to death with a sledgehammer and found Tuesday afternoon.

Ford was dating the Schobert's daughter Chelsea. Ford is charged with two counts of aggravated murder, two counts aggravated robbery, two counts of aggravated burglary and grand theft.

Some money was taken from the home besides the SUV that was found abandoned in West Akron on Wednesday.

Ford Jr is being held in Portage County Jail on unrelated charges.

And autopsies have been completed on both Jeffrey Schobert, 56,and Margaret Schobert, 59,the New Franklin couple found dead in their Rex Lake Drive home Tuesday afternoon.

The Summit County Medical Examiner says that,in both cases, the cause of death is blunt impacts to the head and he officially declared both deaths "homicides."

About noon Wednesday, police sent out information that they are looking for a black 2010 Mazda SUV, with the Ohio license number EYJ 6369. That car was taken from the Schobert's home.

At 4 p.m. Wednesday, police said they located the SUV on the west side of Akron but declined to give any further details.

Police also say the couple's 18-year-old daughter, Chelsea, was beaten and stabbed over a week ago.

While she recovers, police say Jamayne Ruiz, 24, is in jail, accused of that attack, but is not a suspect in the double homicide.

Jeff Schobert was a prominent lawyer for Hanna Campbell and Powell representing doctors and hospitals. Friends of the family tell WKYC the couple has two daughters.

Neighbors say the Schoberts are friendly people, often seen walking their dogs or working in the yard.

New Franklin Police say they were called to the home around 2:20 p.m. Tuesday afternoon after construction workers discovered the bodies inside the home. No word on how they died or when they may have been killed.

Authorities believe this is an isolated incident.

New Frankin police are in charge of the investigation but asked for BCI to assist at the scene because the NFPD is a small department and doesn't have the resources.