Melbourne Thriller: Dead mother and her three children in their home – PHOTO

The mysterious death of a 42-year-old mother and her three minor children inside their house in Tullamarine, Melbourne, is being investigated by the detectives of the Homicide Department, while the father is called to testify. Police were called to the family home around 12.20pm where they found the bodies of 42-year-old Katie Perinovic, Matthew’s three-year-old son and the two daughters of seven-year-old Claire and five-year-old Anna. The woman’s 48-year-old husband, Romislav Perinovic, called for immediate action to report the deaths. Deputy Police Commissioner Bob Hill described the incident as tragic and said the man had assisted in the police investigation, noting that the investigation was open and it was also important not to speculate.

He noted that the father has given a statement and investigators believe that no one else is involved in the deaths of the four members of his family. “He is a suspect and he is helping the police with the investigation,” said the deputy police commissioner, adding that “we should not conclude at this point that he may be responsible for what happened. It would be blatantly unfair.”

He also noted that there was no family history of violence, and Assistant Commissioner Mark Galliot said the sudden loss of life, which mainly affects three children, was “difficult to understand”.

Neighbors remember a friendly family and happy children. Neighbor Mary Groves told ABC that her children were playing with those of the family, who had attended her daughter’s birthday party last year. “They are so close to my house, these people have spent time in my house, my children love their children,” said the devastated woman who described Perinovic as the best mom. The woman was a physiotherapist and had recently returned to work after taking parental leave to care for Matthew’s youngest son.


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