Police have propelled an examination taking after the bleak revelation close Wolverhampton at lunchtime today.
The pooch has now been taken to the vets to be examined for wounds, reports the Birmingham Mail.
The bodies have not been formally distinguished and officers from West Midlands Police are attempting to follow relatives.
Officers have deterred the encompassing territory while the direct request.
The auto is thought to have been found at the back of a golf club on Cat and Kittens Lane, in Bushbury
The territory is encompassed by a noteworthy power transmission site and high metal railings.
Greenfield Golf and Sports Club, which is arranged off Cat and Kittens path, stays shut today.
There is a sign saying the course is unplayable because of the climate yet the passage is cordoned off with police tape.
The passage to the auto stop is likewise taped off.
At greenfield golf club, Wolverhampton, where two bodies were found in the car park. pic.twitter.com/OHWq4PCOg7
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National Grid operate from the sprawling site and there is currently there is a police tent outside Bushbury Grid social club in the middle of the complex.
John Perry, who lives nearby, said: “It’s a bit of a shock. It’s a quiet area.
The manager of the national electricity transmission site has said police have asked him not to comment.
“I’ve been to the social club there and its an ordinary social club.”
A police spokesman said: “Police are investigating after two bodies were found in a car on Cat and Kittens Lane in Bushbury this lunchtime.
“The bodies have not been formally identified and we cannot release the gender at this stage.
“Officers are currently in the process of tracing family members.
“A dog has been removed from the car and has been taken to a local vet to be checked over.
“The area has been sealed off while inquiries are carried out.”