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Former Google engineer shoots wife dead, kills their twin boys, at their family home



Police are investigating a suspected murder-suicide by a former Google engineer at his family home in California, US’ The Sun reports.

On Monday, police officers from the San Mateo Police Department discovered the bodies of two adults and two children after conducting a welfare check at the property.

Anand Sujith Henry, 37, Alice Benziger, 38, and their twin sons Noah and Neithan were found dead in their home in San Mateo, California.

The family purchased their $2.1 million house in 2020, four years after the couple hit a rough patch in their relationship.

Friends of the family confirmed the identities of the victims on Tuesday, the Daily Mail reported.

Anand Sujith Henry, 37, Alize Benziger, 38, and their twin sons, Noah and Neithan, 4, were found dead in the $2.1 million home.

Officers have confirmed that both Henry and Benziger were found with gunshot wounds in the bathroom alongside a 9mm pistol and a loaded magazine.

Meanwhile, the two children were found dead on a couch in one of the bedrooms.

Henry was a former software engineering manager at both Google and Meta, and records show that he filed for divorce from Benziger, a data science manager at Zillow, in 2016, but it was never finalized.

The couple, both of whom were originally from India, settled into their multi-million dollar home in San Mateo in 2020, around the time their twins were born.

San Mateo Police officers arrived at the residence on February 12 at 9:13 am and were “met with no response,” the department said in a Facebook post.

“Finding an unlocked window, officers entered the home and located four people dead; 1 adult male, 1 adult female, and two children,” the post states.

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