Or maybe. It’s a curious “plot error” in the gospels that no one saw the resurrection happen (the soldiers who were supposedly present were unconscious at the time). In any case, the accounts of the discovery of the “empty tomb” are hopelessly contradictory. Another plot error is the “short ending” of Mark, which relates that the women who went to the tomb and found it empty were afraid and ran away and told no one.
This is so lame on its face that it has been suggested that when Mark was written (it’s the earliest of the gospels, earlier than genuine Paul letters) the “empty tomb” story wasn’t in common circulation in Christian communities, so Mark’s author thought to provide an excuse for why the faithful might not have heard about the empty tomb. Certainly there’s no hint of such a thing in the genuine letters of Paul.