Four people were killed in an apparent massacre in Davao City on Wednesday.
The victims, including a 12-year-old girl, were killed while they slept in Block #7, in El Rio, Catalunan Pequeño.
The victims were identified as 12-year-old Ceasar Ann Sacro Omilia, 17-year-old Philip Sacro, 58-year-old Virginia Sacro and Liezele Burongan, alias Inday Molo, a helper for the family who is believed to be 12-years-old.
The bodies of the victims were discovered upon the arrival of Ramon Curray, who is at this time is the number one suspect in the killing. Curray returned home from his night job at Sutherland and discovered the bloodied bodies on Wednesday morning.
Police say the victims all succumbed to multiple stab wounds. So far, based on the evidence, no forced entry into the home was noticed. Neighbours are saying that they heard no commotion and that the family did not mingle or hang out locally.
The home is owned by Curray who was living with Vijealine Sacro Omila, the 12-year-old girl’s mother.
A cut was found on the left arm of Curray and police reports show that Omila and Curray had issues in the past.
Police are said to be looking for a possible accomplice in the crime, but the past history and the cut to his arm along with no forced entry point, makes Curray the prime suspect.