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Texas authorities are investigating a possible double murder-suicide

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Texas authorities are investigating three bodies found in a home as a possible double murder-suicide, according to a report.

The bodies of three teenagers – two girls and a boy – were discovered at a home in Crosby, Texas, outside of Houston, by a family member, FOX 26 Houston reported.

“Based on the trauma that was observed, it appears to be a case of a double homicide-suicide, but it will still be investigated,” the Harris County Sheriff said. , Ed Gonzalez, during a briefing. “But this is the preliminary information we have.”

A firearm was found at the scene, KPRC-TV Houston reported. Gonzalez did not confirm the cause of their deaths.

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez (center) briefs reporters.
(Harris County Sheriff’s Office)

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The teens have not been named and investigators do not yet know their relationships, Gonzalez said, FOX 26 reported.

The relative lives nearby and came to the house looking for a family member when she found them, he said.

He added that the owners were not there at the time, according to KPRC.

“Any time a child is involved, we’re all parents connected in some way and it’s extremely difficult when we’re talking about young people,” Gonzalez said.

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Gonzalez said a motive should come to light through the investigation but “it’s all nonsense at the end of the day when you’re talking about the deaths of young people, it’s tragic.”

If you or someone you know is having suicidal thoughts, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

Texas authorities are investigating a possible double murder-suicide

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