A family of five was found dead in their Texas home Sunday morning and police are reporting today that they are not searching for suspects. According to “Fox and Friends” live on Monday morning Sept 23, a 911 call brought law enforcement and emergency medical personal to the home, where they found the two adults and three children dead. The victims are all members of the same family.
CNN News reports the authorities will not say if this crime is a murder-suicide. The sheriff is not looking for a suspect, so this might suggest a murder-suicide. The authorities said that a Spanish-speaking male called 911 on Sunday night to report he found several members of his family dead in their Rice, Texas home. This is about 40 miles outside of Dallas. Sheriff Elmer Tanner said about the investigation:
"We are concentrating on the investigation inside the residence and we do not have reason to believe there are any other suspects at this time."
Navarro County sheriff’s deputies found the bodies of the family. The same deputies have responded to this home at least four times in the past.
The identities of the victims have not been released and their relationship to one another is not known at this time. The cause of death of the victims has not been provided by police, but they do plan to hold a press conference on Monday morning to release more information to the public.