Family of Four Found Dead in home..

  An Arlington, Mass., police officer speaks with a man and woman who had just come out of a two-family house in Arlington where four people were found dead in the other unit on Monday, Nov. 18, 2013. Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan said the bodies of two adults and two infants were found at the residence Monday. The deaths are being investigated by police and the Middlesex County district attorney's office. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)   AP Photo/Steven Senne
An Arlington, Mass., police officer speaks with a man and woman who had just come out of a two-family house in Arlington where four people were found dead.
Two infants a week from celebrating their first birthdays were found dead along with their parents inside a Massachusetts home on Monday, said police.
A police officer found the bodies after being asked to check on their well-being inside the Arlington home shortly after noon, the Boston Globe reported.
Law enforcement officials in Arlington, Mass. work the scene where a family of four was found dead Monday.

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Law enforcement officials in Arlington, Mass. work the scene where a family of four was found dead Monday.

The dead were identified by Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan as Scott Jones and his wife, Mei Kum Jones, both 43, and their twin sons, Colt and Cameron, who would have turned a year old on Nov. 26, said Ryan.
Authorities would not release a cause of death or say how long they had been dead.
Authorities identified the dead as Scott Jones and his wife, Mei Kum Jones, both 43, and their twin sons, Colt and Cameron, who would have turned a year old on Nov. 26.

AP Photo/Steven Senne

Authorities identified the dead as Scott Jones and his wife, Mei Kum Jones, both 43, and their twin sons, Colt and Cameron, who would have turned a year old on Nov. 26.

Police did say they are not looking for any suspects related to the deaths.
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The cause of the family's death has not yet been released by police.

AP Photo/Steven Senne

The cause of the family's death has not yet been released by police.

The brother of the woman found dead told WBZ-TV that the couple found inside the home had been going through a "nasty divorce" and said the husband had lately not been living at the home.
WBZ-TV reports that police were called to the home when a child caretaker wasn't able to get into the home.
A police officer found the four bodies after being asked to make a welfare check at the Arlington home.

AP Photo/Steven Senne

A police officer found the four bodies after being asked to make a welfare check at the Arlington home.

Neighbors gathering outside the home immediately after the tragic discovery described themselves as shocked and blindsided by any possible problems inside the residence.
“It’s a great neighborhood,” 74-year-old Amy Iannelli, who walks her dogs past the home every day, told the Globe.


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