KARACHI: Bodies of five members of a family, including children, were discovered on Tuesday in a bungalow on 3rd Commercial street of Defense Housing Authority (DHA) Phase IV area in Karachi, DawnNews reported.

All five persons were shot to death and the single weapon used in the killings was also found on the spot.

Police officials suspected that the head of the family, who was the owner of Sanghar sugar mills, might have committed suicide after killing his family as the doors of the house were locked from inside.

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