SAND SPRINGS, Okla. — A father killed his two daughters in an apparent double murder-suicide in Sand Springs, according to the Sand Springs Police Department.
Police identified the man as David Kaser, 56, and Clarissa Kaser, 19, and Crystal "Grey" Kaser, 14.
Police got to the house near West 40th Street and South Walnut Creek Drive on Tuesday afternoon.
Authorities said this started as a welfare check. According to police, the mother said she got a call from her husband who said he was going to kill their two teenage daughters and himself. Police said when they arrived at the home, they tried to make contact with the husband or girls over the phone, but they could not get ahold of anyone.
The mother then came to the home with a key to the house. When they went inside the home, police said they found the girls and their father deceased.
Police said a gun was involved. They said the mother told them she and her husband were having marital issues.
Law enforcement officials want the public to know if you see something, say something and don’t be afraid to get help.
“If you have issues in your family, or you know of people who have issues in their family unit, say something, don’t just hide it," said Capt. Todd Enzbrenner with the Sand Springs Police Department. "Check on your friends. Check on your neighbors. Don’t let it get to this point.”
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation assisted with the crime scene.
This incident is less than a mile away from the triple murder-suicide incident that happened just 10-days ago.
In a Facebook caption, Sands Springs Police Chief Mike Carter asked the public to reach out for help if they need it.
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