Police forensics investigate the death of seven people in a suspected murder-suicide in Osmington, east of Margaret River, south west of Perth, Australia Friday, May 11, 2018. (Richard Wainwright/AAP Image via AP)
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Three generations of a single family were identified Saturday as the victims of Australia's worst mass shooting in 22 years, a murder-suicide which left seven people dead.Miles' mother Cynda Miles, 58, was found in the main house at the property and her father Peter Miles, 61, was found outside, Police Commissioner Chris Dawson told reporters.Dawson said it was too early to confirm which member of the family was the shooter, saying more forensic work was needed.He would only say police were alerted to the shootings by a phone call from a "male person" at the property, who was apparently the killer.Police issued a statement from unnamed relatives of the Miles family saying: "We are devastated by this shocking event.
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