Police said that in an apparent suicide murder in the suburbs of Dallas, six family members were killed and the two brothers reached a suicide agreement that included the deaths of other relatives.
At about 1:00 pm on Monday, a related friend called the police, worried that someone would commit suicide. Police Allen found the dead, police sergeant. Jon Fetti said.
Ferti said: “The two brothers have reached an agreement that they will complete their suicide. Since then, the whole family has been brought together.”
Felty said one of the brothers described what happened or was about to happen in an Instagram post.
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Police on Monday identified the deceased as 54-year-old father Towhidul Islam. 56-year-old mother Iren Islam; 77-year-old grandmother Altafun Nessa; 21-year-old Tanvir Towhid; according to NBC Dallas-Fort Worth, and 19-year-old twins Fabin Towhid (Farbin Towhid) and her brother Farhan Towhid.
The neighbors told the station that they were stunned by the discovery. Friend Deelra Hassan (Deelra Hassan) said: “This family is a very beautiful and happy family.”
Ferti said that apart from the doorbell call in 2018, the police did not have any substantial contact with the family. He said there is evidence that the killing occurred on Saturday.
Ferti said the family was from Bangladesh, and investigators found some family members in Florida, and they were heading to Texas.
Ferti said: “In the 21 years I have been here, we have never had an incident like this.” “…This is just a tragedy. There is no other way to describe it. This is a tragedy you can’t imagine. “
The police are investigating on Monday.
NBC Dallas-Fort Worth reported that the letter to social media stated that the brothers planned to kill their families first and then commit suicide.
Allen is a suburban city located about 105,000 north of Dallas.
If you or someone you know is at risk of suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800-273-8255), send a text message to TALK to 741741, or visit SpeakingOfSuicide.com/resources for more resources.