Police plan to discuss quadruple slayings investigation
WEST CHESTER, Ohio (AP) — Police in an Ohio suburban community plan to discuss developments in the slayings of four family members.
West Chester Township police scheduled a Tuesday afternoon press conference.
Three women and a man were found dead April 28 in an apartment. A coroner said all four died from gunshot wounds to the head.
Members of a nearby Sikh temple said the four had worshipped there. But both Indian government officials and West Chester officials have said the case is not being treated as a hate crime. Police have not given a motive or identified a suspect.
Such violent crime is rare in the township of some 62,000 people, roughly 20 miles (30 kilometers) north of Cincinnati.