A GIRL was found slaughtered in the bedroom of her home where her brother, mum and dad also died, an inquest heard.
Maja Wlodarczyk, 11, was discovered on Friday after her headteacher raised the alarm when she failed to attend classes all week.
Police forced their way into the home in Hounslow, West London, where the bodies of Dawid, three, Monika, 35, and Michal, 39, were also found.
An inquest heard today how Maja was discovered dead in her bedroom but the location of her family's bodies was not confirmed.
Officers also found a black rucksack that contained Polish identity documents for Monika and the two children that featured their photos.
While Michal's wallet held a Barclays bank card, Tesco Clubcard and a driving license.
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Detective Sergeant Allen Windsor told he hearing: "On Friday the 16 June in 2023 at 3.12pm in the afternoon the head teacher at Maja's primary school called police stating she had concerns that she had not attended school since Monday.
"When police arrived they forced entry to the address and upon entering to that address the four deceased members of the family were found inside."
The inquest was adjourned until a later date that has yet to be set.
Police yesterday revealed they are treating Monika's death as murder.
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They said a post mortem showed she died from multiple sharp force injuries.
Officers did not reveal any further information on husband Michal's death but said he suffered sharp force injuries to the neck.
Post mortems are due to be carried out on the two children on Wednesday.
Officers are now trying to establish how long the family were dead inside the home for before they broke the door down.
Detective Chief Inspector Linda Bradley, who is leading the investigation, said: “I would like to assure the community that specialist detectives continue to investigate the circumstances which led to this tragic incident and I will continue to provide further updates as soon as appropriate.
"We are also continuing to support family members at this unimaginably difficult time.
“The situation remains that we are not currently seeking anybody else in connection with the incident.
"We are however retaining an open mind, and I would ask anyone who feels they have pertinent information to contact us as soon as possible.
“Officers remain at the location and forensic examination of the flat is ongoing.”
Anyone with information can call police on 101 quoting reference 5135/16Jun.
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