I thought I would add this to help the Police with their investigation.
Northamptonshire Police can confirm that we are in the early stages of an investigation into the deaths of four people at a property on the Wootton estate in Northampton.
We were called to the property at approximately 18.00 hours on Sunday 1st May 2011 where, after forcing entry to the property we found the bodies of four individuals. We have as yet been unable to formally identify the bodies, and this is currently our main priority. The deaths are being treated with the highest priority and the Force’s Major Incident Team have been deployed. Forensic specialists and other officers are on scene and are likely to be so for several days as we try to establish the exact cause and circumstances of the deaths.
At this moment in time the motive behind the deaths does not appear to be due to burglary or robbery. Local officers are conducting house to house enquiries and are liaising with residents and local people to offer reassurance and advice over any safety concerns. We do not believe there is any risk to the wider public.
Members of the public who believe they may have relevant information about this incident are asked to contact Northamptonshire Police on 0800 096 1011 or 0207 158 0126 between the hours of 8am and midnight and ask for the Operation Nene incident room.
Alternatively please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where information can be provided anonymously.
Urgent Appeal for Car in relation to suspicious deaths on Northampton
Officers investigating the deaths at Pioneer Close, Northampton now urgently need to trace a Vauxhall Corsa car registration
This is a silver five door model. It was believed to be last at the address on Friday the 29th April
The car was hired to one of the deceased, but is not at the address and its whereabouts are currently unknown.
If seen please report the sighting immediately to the Police. Police are asking that members of the public do not approach the car or anyone that may be with it. Instead call 999 and refer them to Operation Nene, Northamptonshire Police.