Update: Husband, wife and daughter found dead inside Oklahoma home

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UPDATED 10/14/2014 8:37 A.M.

DUNCAN, Okla.  – Investigators in Duncan, Okla. are looking new evidence involving a family’s triple murder.

John Hruby, his wife Tinker, and daughter Katherine were all found murdered inside their home Monday.

Investigators focused on a black jeep that police say belongs to John and Tinker’s son Alan.

So far, no official suspects have been named in this possible triple homicide.



DUNCAN, Okla. – Authorities in one Oklahoma town are currently investigating a tragic crime scene.

Investigators are working to determine what happened after three bodies were found dead in a home in Duncan.

Crime scene tape and police cars surround a Duncan home in the 1200 block of Bent Tree St. on Monday, hours after police walked inside and found a family tragedy.

Authorities say a 911 call came into the police department around 8:50 a.m.

According to the Marlow Review, the victims include the newspaper’s publisher, John Hruby, and two members of his family.

The newspaper claims the other victims are Hruby’s wife, Tinker, and their daughter, Katherine.

It posted the following note on its website on Monday.

“At this time, The Marlow Review asks the general public for prayers following the tragic deaths of John Hruby, our publisher, his wife Tinker, and their daughter Katherine. Our staff endeavors to continue to serve Marlow to the best of our ability going forward.” 



John Hruby was also a pilot and was active with the local humane society.

Katherine Hruby was a volleyball player at Duncan High School.

Duncan police say they are not releasing details of the deaths.

Officers say they are treating the case as a triple homicide but the investigation is ongoing into how the family died.

However, the Oklahoma State Medical Examiner’s office was seen removing bodies from the house around 3:45 p.m. on Monday.

The OSBI says it has been called in to help the Duncan Police Department in collecting crime scene evidence.

This is a developing story.

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