Six people found dead in a house in Denmark

Six people found dead in a house in Denmark
Six people - two adults and four children - have been found dead at an address in Denmark.

East Jutland Police today got a call about suspicious circumstances at an address in Ulstrup southwest of Randers. Police and ambulances were dispatched to the scene.

Police said in a statement that on arrival at the site, a few kilometers south of Ulstrup in Amstrup Bakker, they found six people - two adults and four children - who were all dead.

'There are currently major police and forensic investigations at the address. It is currently not possible to say anything about what is the cause of the deaths', writes the police in the press release.

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