LONDON, Ont. – A building superintendent, his wife and their disabled daughter were the three people found dead Thursday in the north London, Ont., apartment they shared, QMI Agency has learned.
The family, identified by friends as Mohammed Walji, Shyroz Walji and 21-year-old Qyzra Walji, were found in the morning in a first-floor unit in a five-storey building near Western University.
With police investigating, amid the rumours of a murder-suicide, officials with the firm that owns the apartment complex expressed shock and sadness over the deaths.
"We're all quite taken aback by this," said Matthew Organ, president of Skyline Management Inc. "It's a very sad occurrence."
Mohammed had quit as superintendent last week, and the family was set to move out Thursday. Qyzra, the daughter, suffered from cerebral palsy and graduated from Oakridge secondary school in June.