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The Cuyahoga County Medical Expert Office has released the identities of four family members found dead at their home in Shaker Heights, Ohio, on Sunday.
According to Shaker Heights Police Department, officers responded to a call from a family member to check the well-being of the home.
When officers entered the home, they found the bodies of 58-year-old Regina Tobin, 57-year-old John Tobin and Natalie and Graham Tobin, who were also 15.
The incident is being investigated as a homicide.
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Police do not believe there are any additional suspects. There were no signs of forced entry.
Natalie was a ninth grader at Laurel School, a private school for girls in Shaker Heights. The school issued a statement Monday morning after learning of her death. “Our hearts are broken. Natalie came to Laurel in the eighth grade – a bookseller, scientist and volleyball player, she was a gentle, warm and attentive friend, looking forward to school with pride, “said Ann W. Klotz, head of the school of laurels. In the face of tragedy, the loss of a child is devastating, and the sudden and horrific loss of a family is painful. Our counseling team will be available to support our girls as the school handles their grief. The laurel community holds in our hearts the extended Tobin family and Natalie’s friends. “
This story first appeared on Fox 8.