CROSBY, Texas - Harris County authorities have released some new details after three teens were found dead inside a Crosby, Texas home on Tuesday afternoon.
The discovery, which was made by a family member, was made on the 4500 block of Wolcek.
Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said two female teens and one male teen was found inside the home. It’s unclear if the teens were from the area.
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Gonzalez said preliminary information revealed, based on the trauma that was found, the case may be a double homicide-suicide.
Gonzalez added officials don’t know the full connection of the teens at this point.
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He added two may be related, and another person may be an acquaintance.
The motive behind the shooting is unclear at this time.
Officials did not provide the identities of the teens at this time as the investigation is underway.
One neighbor FOX 26 spoke with, Big Rob, has lived nearby for seven years. He said he never noticed anything unusual at the home.
"They're very nice people as far as I know," said Big Rob, a neighbor. "I wouldn't think anything like this would happen."
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Crosby ISD released the following statement:
"Crosby ISD has a heavy heart today. We are saddened by the tragedy that unfolded last night in our Crosby community. Although we don’t know all the details right now, we do know three young lives ended suddenly.
The names of the teenagers have not been released. We do not know if they were Crosby ISD students. We will not give any information on speculation of names. We’ll wait patiently for law enforcement to complete their investigation. In the meantime, we have dispatched the district’s team of counselors throughout our schools for anyone who may need to speak with them, as situations like these can cause certain emotions to arise in us and require a little extra support.
The Crosby community is a tight-knit family… we are strong and resilient. We will continue to pray for our community as we move forward with resolve to be a comfort to one another."