A distraught father told yesterday how he believed his 13-year-old son and a friend had been lured to their deaths after being caught up in fights at the refugee camp where they lived. The families of Phu Aym Lan and his friend, Chan Yeung, 14, have identified the bodies of the boys, whose abandoned bicycles and charred bodies were found by a burnt-out hut about 200 metres from the Pillar Point camp on Wednesday morning. 'The body was so badly burned that I could hardly believe it was my son. But I could recognise his teeth. His two front teeth grew in a quite unusual way,' Phu Cont Fant said. Mr Phu said the two bikes found by the hut belonged to the missing pair. 'We ran through the video tapes filmed at the camp entrance with police. The two of them went out of the camp with their bikes at 6.26am,' he said. Firefighters from the Pillar Point fire station saw a hillfire at 7.30am. They found two charred bodies on a mattress at the scene. Police said there were no signs of a struggle and they were treating the deaths as suspicious. 'They were killed. They must have either been lured to the hut or gone there to keep a meeting with somebody. Otherwise, the whole incident would not have been over within the hour,' Mr Phu said. The 13-year-old, a student at Hoh Fuk Tong Primary School in Tuen Mun, arrived in Hong Kong in 1990 with his parents and five brothers and sisters. They were granted refugee status in 1997 but are awaiting migration. Mr Phu said his son, whose family is from the south of Vietnam, had quarrels and fights with some girls in the camp from the north of Vietnam. His son suffered head injuries in one of the clashes. Chan Yeung lived with his uncle, who identified his body in the mortuary. His parents are in Vietnam.