Three women whose throats were cut have been found dead in a Fort Worth home.
Fort Worth police Sgt. Raymond Bush says officers around 8 a.m. CDT Tuesday found the bodies in the single-story home. He declined to comment further but relatives say the women were members of the same family.
They identified the victims as 48-year-old Cynthia Serrano; her daughter, 21-year-old April Serrano; and her sister, 35-year-old Cathy de Leon.
It's believed the women were attacked at some point after 6:30 Tuesday morning.
Family members say police were notified by a 911 call made by Cynthia Serrano's husband.
Police did not comment on any suspects they may be seeking.
It was not clear what may have prompted the attack and further details weren't immediately released by authorities.
Police answering a call about a possible homicide have discovered "multiple" bodies at a North Texas house.
Fort Worth police Sgt. Raymond Bush said officers around 8 a.m. Tuesday located the bodies of some adults. Bush declined to say how many people were dead, instead saying the case involves "multiple deceased persons."
Bush did not immediately say whether police are seeking any suspects. He also did not provide information on who called law enforcement or how the individuals died.
Further details weren't immediately released.
Investigators are trying to determine what led to the deaths of three people whose bodies were found in a North Texas house.
Fort Worth police on Monday were dispatched to the home on a possible deceased person call. Sgt. Ray Bush says three adults were dead at the scene.
Police did not immediately say who contacted authorities to check the residence. A police statement says investigators are not sure if the three people were slain or if the case involves a murder-suicide situation.
Police did not immediately release names of the three people or possible causes of death.
Fort Worth police on Tuesday did not immediately provide further information.