US cops treating deaths of Guyanese mom, daughters as possible murder-suicide

Police in Maryland are treating the deaths of the Guyanese mother and her two infant children, who were found dead in a car in front of a US middle school on Monday, as a possible murder-suicide.

The Hagerstown Police Department have ruled out the possibility that the 32-year-old woman and her daughters, six months and 18 months old, were killed by someone else, a report on the WBFF Fox45 website said.

The article went on to say that investigators hope that toxicology tests, which could take weeks, will show whether the woman deliberately killed herself and her children or if they died accidentally in the closed vehicle.

On the day of the discoveries, Maryland had recorded a temperature of nearly 90 degrees.

Captain Paul Kifer of the Hagerstown Police Department is reported as saying that the bodies bore  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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