NEW YORK (FOX 5 NY) - A family of four was killed in a house fire in Long Branch, New Jersey. Monmouth County officials said flames broke out just before Midnight on Tuesday at the home at 245 Joline Ave. The fire did not appear to be accidental. Investigators believe the deaths were a murder-suicide. It is not clear what sparked the overnight blaze in Monmouth County. The family, two adults and two children, were reportedly new to the neighborhood.
The victims were identified as Lyndon Beharry, 35, Amanda Morris, 29, Brandon Beharry, 7, and Brian Beharry, 4. Lyndon Beharry worked for the city's public works department.
The outside of the home showed little fire damage and what damage was visible was confined to the second floor.
With the Associated Press