A tragic incident has just taken place in Ohio. It has made headlines around the world. Now, police are revealing there appears to be more to the story than was initially first reports.
"Authorities in the suburbs of Cincinnati are trying to determine who was behind the killings of three women and a man whose bodies were discovered late Sunday night in an apartment. The West Chester Township Police Department said Monday that all four had sustained apparent gunshots, and were all adult family members," Fox News reported.
The killings are said to not be the result of a murder-suicide. The police also added that multiple shots were fired inside the home based on the evidence from the scene. They are now working to find a suspect for the murders.
"At this time, we are actively working this case, looking to identify a suspect," West Chester Township Police Chief Joel Herzog told reporters. "The safety of the community is paramount for us, so we're diligently working to ensure that everybody is safe in the community, but we are attempting to identify a suspect at this time."
The names of those who were murdered have not yet been released. However, it is being reported that they were Sikh and members of the nearby temple. The Sikh community took to social media to share in the heartbreak and post tributes for the loved ones who were brutally killed.
“It’s really shocking for the community and scary too at the same time because nobody knows what happened. Hopefully, they can have some justice,” Jasminder Singh told FOX19.
We will keep you updated on this story as it continues to develop. Join us in praying for the families of those killed and for the Sikh community in Ohio. We also pray for the wisdom for the law enforcement officials who are working the case.