ARLINGTON, Mass. (November 18, 2013) Authorities weren’t saying much Monday after two infants and two adults were found dead at a home in the Boston suburb of Arlington, Mass.
Authorities released few details about the deaths Monday, but did say that they aren’t looking for suspects and that there is no reason for the public to be alarmed.
Police Chief Frederick Ryan called it a very troubling event for the community, but said there is no safety risk and residents can go about their business.
Middlesex County prosecutor Marian Ryan says no more details are being released because police are still working on notifying relatives.
There was a heavy police presence outside the two-family home in a quiet residential neighborhood.
An officer found the four dead after he was dispatched to check on their well-being.
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