A family of four found dead in the home in Wexford have been remembered at local mass services this morning.
The bodies of 41-year-old Dermot Flood, his 38-year-old wife Lorraine and their two young children were found after a fire at their home in Clonroche early on Saturday morning.
The children's bodies had injuries consistent with a fire while the parents had additional injuries.
A licensed shotgun was found at the house.
Gardai are treating the deaths as suspicious.
Post mortem examinations are underway on the bodies in Dublin.
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