Brothers kill their family then commit suicide leaving a sinister note behind

Brothers kill their family then commit suicide leaving a sinister note behind

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Two brothers killed their family before killing themselves and leaving a scary note behind.
Police investigating the deaths say Farhan Towhid, 19, and his brother Tanvir Towhid, 21, shot their parents, sister and grandmother before killing them.

Farhan reportedly left a disturbing letter on a Google docs linked to his Instagram account that read, “Hey everyone. I killed myself and my family. “

Our headline sister The Mirror reports how the spooky incident happened at the family’s Texas home on Monday after a concerned police friend called.

Farhan Towhid, 19 ans
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Farhan details in the letter that he and his brother had been living with depression since high school and devised the murder-suicide plan.

“If we can’t fix everything in a year, we’ll kill ourselves and our families,” the note said.

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Farhan also detailed how the brothers would execute their plan to obtain two weapons and kill their sister Farbin, 19, mum Iren Islam, 56, dad Towhidul Islam, 54, and gran Altafun Nessa, 77.

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After killing their family, the brothers turned on them.

He wrote: “If I only killed myself they would be miserable.

” I love my family. I really like. And that’s exactly why I decided to kill them. “

The friend who sounded the alarm saw the note, which is why he contacted the police.

The note has now been deleted.

Officers believe the murders took place over the weekend.

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The family was part of a tight-knit Bangladeshi community, KTVT reports.

Family friend Shawn Ahsan told the newspaper he was so shocked when he heard the news that he “couldn’t breathe for 20 to 30 minutes.”

He added, “How could this have happened in a community like us?

“We’re so close and we visit and talk and we have dinner and everything, but inside the house her kids were unhappy for some reason and one thing led to another.

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