Tributes have been left outside a school in memory of a family whose bodies were discovered yesterday by a disused quarry near Shrewsbury in Shropshire.
Eight year old Becka Fuller was a pupil at St John's C of E Primary School in Coleford with her sister Charlotte, seven. They were found dead along with their father Ceri Fuller, 35, and their 12-year-old brother Sam.
Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident and said the deaths appeared to be the result of a "tragic family situation." West Mercia Police also say they recovered a knife from the disused quarry near Shrewsbury where the bodies were found.
David Fuller, the father of 35 year old Ceri Fuller released a statement this afternoon.
The children's mother Ruth Fuller who had been married to Ceri Fuller for nearly three years, said: "I don't have the words to describe how I feel at the moment. All I would ask is that I be left alone to grieve for my family."
Teddy bears and flowers have been left outside the children's school and a book of condolence has been opened in the local church.
A post mortem examination into the deaths was due to take place this afternoon. Watch Eli-Louise Wringe's report for more information.