The four individuals were found inside a home at 14015 Fosters Creeks Drive in northwest Harris County on January 30.
The memorial on the family's doorstep has grown with friends and neighbors adding balloons and bears to the area. The crime scene tape has been removed, but other than that, nothing has changed since last week when Harris County sheriff's deputies discovered two brothers and their parents dead inside.
"It's terrible," said neighbor Thomas Krolczyk.
Deputies responded to the home for a welfare check. We now know the two boys, Boy Scouts and in elementary school, along their mother and father were all shot to death. One of the boys was shot twice, the rest were shot once.
Neighbors have said they didn't hear anything. It is a capital murder case and investigators aren't saying whether there are any suspects.
"That part of it is scary," said another neighbor.
According to friends, the father was an engineer and both parents emigrated from China. Their vehicles are still parked in their driveway where they left them while those who live nearby are on edge.
"The whole neighborhood is really uneasy and my daughter goes to school right down the street. All of the kids are talking about it. We are worried to death about that because she has to walk back and forth to school," said Krolczyk.
Their identities haven't officially been released. Investigators are not releasing any details to keep the integrity of the investigation.
In the meantime anyone with information about this case is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.
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