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Jun. 28, 17 | 4:44 pm

The lifeless bodies of his wife, three children, and mother-in-law greeted a security guard when he arrived home in San Jose del Monte, Bulacan from night duty on Tuesday morning.

Dexter Carlos Sr. saw all of the victims stabbed to death.

Carlos told police he was calling out to his family members to unlock the gate and let him inside. When no one did after one hour of waiting, he decided to climb the gate to get inside and looked through the window. He saw his mother-in-law, Auring Dizon, lying on the floor with no undergarments.

He then called police and went inside through the back door where he saw his wife, Estrella, naked and stabbed to death as well.

His three children, 11-year old Donny, 7-year old Ella, and 1-year old Dexter Jr., were found inside a room also bearing stab wounds.

Police suspect that rape is the motive of the killers.

The autopsy report showed that Estrella suffered 45 stab wounds the mother-in-law had 32. Carlos’ eldest child sustained 14 stab wounds while his middle and youngest children had 19 and 5 stab wounds, respectively.

The mayor of San Jose del Monte has offered a P100,000 reward for any information that could lead to the capture of the killers.

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