Six members of a Bangladeshi family found fatally shot in a suburban Dallas home in Texas, USA early Monday.
The deceased were identified as Altafun Nessa, 77, her son Towhidul Islam, 54, Towhidul's wife Iren Islam, 56, their daughter Farbin Towhid, their two sons Farhan Towhid, 19 and Tanvir Towhid, 21, hailing from Pabna in Bangladesh.
Police believe, the two brothers Farhan and Tanvir carried out the carnage Saturday at the family's home in Allen, reports New York Post.
Two brothers are accused of gunning down four family members inside their Texas home before turning the weapons on themselves in a chilling crime that they plotted months in advance, reports said Monday.
Police also found a suicide note from the spot.
A friend of Farhan's told police about a rambling suicide note Farhan had linked to from Instagram, detailing how he and his brother hatched the plan in February to kill their family and themselves if they could not "fix everything".
Both brothers, who attended UT Austin, battled depression, the note said.
"The plan was simple. We get two guns. I take one and shoot my sister and grandma, while my brother kills our parents with the other. Then we take ourselves out," Farhan wrote.
"If I killed just myself, they would be miserable," he wrote.
"I love my family. I genuinely do. And that's exactly why I decided to kill them," reads the note.