SMITHSBURG, MD – The search for a man who kidnapped his two daughters in York County has come to a tragic end in Maryland. Maryland authorities identified the deceased individuals located inside a grey Ford Edge after an apparent murder/suicide in Washington County. Police say 35-year-old Tia Bynam of Baltimore was in the front seat of the vehicle while 41-year-old Robert Vicosa was in the back seat with his two young daughters. Shortly before 2:30 p.m. yesterday, PA State Police alerted the Maryland State Police that they located a car matching the description of the suspect vehicle involved in multiple felonies including child abduction and carjacking. State Police attempted to initiate a traffic stop on the vehicle. Shortly thereafter, the vehicle veered off of the road, struck a culvert, and came to rest in a grassy area off of Route 418/Ringgold Road in Smithsburg, Maryland. Troopers immediately surrounded the vehicle and attempted to make contact with the suspects to no avail. Troopers later found the four in the vehicle with gunshot wounds. Vicosa, Bynam, and one daughter died at the scene. The other daughter was rushed to a hospital where she later died. Investigators located an assault rifle and other firearms in the vehicle. The investigation continues.