COPS are hunting the killer of two children and two adults after their bodies were discovered in a house fire.
Firefighters were called to a home in a southwest Houston neighbourhood near Braeburn Valley Drive and Bissonnet Street near Sharpstown High School around 8.10am Sunday.
The bodies with gunshot wounds were only discovered at the residence after the fire had been extinguished, Houston Police Chief Troy Finner said.
The victims, a man and woman in their 50s and a boy and girl ages 10 to 13 years old, were not immediately identified.
Finner said investigators believe the incident was related to domestic violence and the person responsible was on the run.
"I don't feel it's a random event. There was no forced entry," Finner said.
No information was released about the suspect in the incident, reports ABC13.
"If they're looking, they know who they are," Finner said in regards to the suspect.
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