An inquest has resumed today into the deaths of a father and his two sons in Wiltshire.
The bodies of 11 year old Jack and 3 year old Bryn were found next to the body of their father - Graham Anderson - in a flat in Tidworth in September last year.
Wiltshire Police said the deaths were being treated as suspicious but they were not looking for anyone else.
The inquest is expected to last three days.
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The inquest into the deaths of Graham, Jack and Bryn Anderson was today formally opened and adjourned by HM Coroner for Wiltshire and Swindon, David Ridley, in Salisbury.
Detectives are awaiting the results of a number of tests before they can confirm the causes of death.
The inquests into the deaths of Graham, Jack and Bryn Anderson will be formally opened and adjourned by HM Coroner for Wiltshire and Swindon, David Ridley, at 11.30am today, 5th September 2012. The hearing will take place at the Coroner's Court, in Castle Street, Salisbury.
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Two boys whose bodies were discovered in a property in Tidworth on Saturday have been formally identified by Wiltshire Police. Jack Anderson, aged 11 and Bryn Anderson, aged three were found at a property in Sidbury Heights.
Detectives investigating the deaths of a man and two boys in a flat in Tidworth in Wiltshire are trying to build a picture of their last known movements by looking at CCTV.
The body of thirty-six-year-old Graham Gordon Anderson was found in the rented flat in Sidbury Circular Road on Saturday.
The bodies of two boys aged 3 and 11 - believed to be his children, were found in the room next door.
Post mortem examinations on the children are underway. Police say their deaths are being treated a suspicious, and that they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
The Brunel Major Crime Investigation Team at Marlborough Police Station, led by Det Chief Inspector Ian Saunders, is conducting the inquiry.
“We are gathering CCTV footage from shops in Tidworth and from buses which run through the town.
“It is very important that we establish the movements of Graham Anderson and the boys between Saturday 25 August and Saturday 1 September.
“I am grateful to members of the public who have called us with possible sightings but we would like to renew our appeal for information.
“We know that Mr Anderson was a regular bus user so we would appeal to fellow passengers and bus drivers to come forward if they recall seeing him and the boys during last week."