Five family members, including a baby girl, 15-month, were discovered dead inside a home in Blanchard, Texas on Monday, February 11. Investigators reportedly are "not looking for a suspect."
According to KHOU, when authorities arrived at the family's home, they found the bodies of Randy Horn, 54, his wife Ashley Delaney, 27, their infant daughter, Ranley, and Ashley's grandparents, Carlos, 74, and Linda Delaney, 72.
Randy Horn, 54, is accused of fatally shooting his 27-year-old wife, Ashley Delaney Horn, their 15-month-old daughter, Ranley, and his wife's grandparents, Gene and Lynda Delaney, at a ranch in Polk County, Texas, before killing himself: https://t.co/OwPBbkgHAv pic.twitter.com/iOavGz71Rp
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As per the report, Carlos and Randy were found inside the house while Lynda and Ashley were discovered outside the house with the baby girl.
Chief Deputy Byron Lyons told media, "This is a horrible, horrific scene".
According to KPRC-TV report, authorities found Ashley's mother safe and locked in a bedroom closet.
She told police that she awoke around 5:30 a.m. on that day to a disturbance described as popping noises. She called her son who alerted police approx. 10:30 a.m. She isn't considered as a suspect.
Multiple agencies are trying to find what led to the shooting. The family's home is about 75 miles northeast of Houston.
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