The family was found dead at Sad Rocks in a quiet community near Norwich, England

The family was found dead at Sad Rocks in a quiet community near Norwich, England

A tragedy shocked everyone costesyA humble community located nearby Norwich, in the United Kingdom. A man, a woman and two girls belonging to the same family were found dead inside their own house.

Police Norfolk Forced entry into a house after receiving a summons from a concerned member of the community. Unfortunately, when officers entered, they found four bodies, all with injuries. Detective Chief Inspector Chris Burgess, who is leading the investigation, said three family members who lived at the address, a 45-year-old man and two girls, and a woman who had visited the premises, were found dead.

An investigation is underway

Inspector Burgess said the investigation was “at a very early stage” and urged caution with information shared on social media. “Our investigation is in its early stages and this is a tragic and disturbing incident,” the inspector commented.

He also confirmed that the police are currently not investigating other locations but are focusing on efforts Allan Bedford Crescent, at the place of occurrence, “for a considerable time”. The inspector said he believed it was an isolated incident.

Burgess: “I would urge people to be wary of the information they share on social media, we don't want false information going around as it can frustrate the investigation and cause unnecessary distress, so trust the information the police share. .”

Impact on the Costessey community

The Costessey community is in shock at what happened. Daniel Seeley, who lives in a condominium about 200 to 300 meters from the house, said he was “shocked, absolutely shocked” by the news. “It's a quiet condominium, things like that don't happen here,” he commented.

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Adviser, Liberal Democratic Party Sharon BlundellThe man who represents Old Costessey on South Norfolk Council now hopes to organize support for the shaken community.

Blundell, who is “still in shock” about what happened, describes the Costessey community as “lovely and always supportive”.

The investigation remains open and our team will follow up with updates.

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