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Three ‘severely decomposed’ bodies found in Irvine home investigated as murder-suicide

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3 ‘drastically decomposed’ bodies discovered in Irvine home explored as murder-suicide

Authorities in Irvine are checking out a possible murder-suicide after the remains of three individuals were found inside a residence Wednesday morning.

Police officers were called at 10:30 a.m. to do a well-being check at 58 Riverboat, which is on the north end of the city near North Tustin, according to the Irvine Police Division.

“Prolonged family participants of the residents of the home reported to Canadian authorities they had been unable to get to the residents for over one year and were concerned,” cops stated.

Canadian authorities asked Irvine police to examine a father, mother and their grown-up child, that are thought to have resided in the residence, authorities stated.

“Responding police officers went into the house and also uncovered 3 severely decomposed bodies inside that seemed adults,” cops claimed.

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The residence really did not have any kind of indications of break-in, as well as there were “some indicators” that the deaths were connected to a “domestic relevant case that caused a murder-suicide,” authorities said.

More information was not readily available Wednesday.

Any individual with information on the instance is asked to call Det. Gavin Hudson at (949) 724-7168 or email him at [email protected]

Released at Wed, 06 Apr 2022 20:27:05 -0400



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