- Injured man suspected murderer.
- Victims found dead are aged 38, 16, 12, and 10.
- Police recover a knife from crime scene.
In the Neighbouring Country Pakistan, a man, likely in his forties, allegedly killed his wife and three daughters with a sharp-edged tool in Pakistan Karachi’s Shamsi Society, before trying to unsuccessfully stab himself to death.
The suspect remains critically injured in a hospital, according to Senior Superintendent of Police Korangi Sajid Sadozai. He added that the victims were tenants of the house where the crime was perpetrated.
Police confirmed to Pakistan National TV Channel that they found bloodied bodies of one older woman, 38, and three girls, 16, 12, and 10 in the house.
The victims were killed with a sharp-edged tool, he noted. The survivor, identified as Fawad, is the husband of the older woman and the father of the murdered girls.
According to police, Fawad, is the prime suspect in the murders.
“The suspect, a sales manager at a private spice-selling company by profession, tried to commit suicide after killing his wife and daughters,” the police official said to Pakistani National News Channel.