World Bulletin / News Desk
The three Turks found dead in their home in a Dutch town have been identified, said local police Monday.
Three people of Turkish origin were found dead Saturday in the Dutch town of Etten-Leur, about 130 km from the capital Amsterdam.
A statement issued by police said the bodies of a 41-year-old father and his 9-year-old daughter, were identified on Sunday, while the third person’s identity, the father’s 20-year-old stepson, was determined Monday, according to local media.
The police did not state the names of the victims, but said relatives had been informed and that an autopsy was to be performed.
Police are still investigating the cause of the deaths.
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