FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas --A young boy may be the only one who knows what led up to a fatal shooting that killed three in Fort Bend County.
The 8-year-old ran to a neighbor's house as the shots rang out just before 9 p.m. Monday, and is now in the care of his relatives.
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Now it's up to the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office to find out exactly what he saw.
The Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office says the victims are identified as Edris Edris, 24, and Sofya Ali, 33, who died of apparent gunshot wounds. A third family member, Ali Edris, 58, also suffered gunshot wounds and was transported to Hermann Memorial in the Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Authorities say preliminary results indicate Edris Edris and Sofya Ali were fatally shot by Ali Edris, before he turned the gun on himself. Police say no additional suspects are being sought.
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All three people were shot inside the home on Aliso Canyon Lane at Parliament, near Beechnut Street. When deputies arrived, they found two adults, a man and a woman, dead inside the home.
The alleged shooter was found injured and was flown to a hospital in Downtown Houston, where he died.
We're still trying to figure out which of the men may have been the shooter.
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Neighbor Annie Mendoza said she heard three or four gunshots ring out before the boy came bolting from the home, screaming for help.
The young boy asked neighbors to call 911, and that is when patrol vehicles rushed to the scene.
Deputies removed a handgun from the home and said they were not looking for any additional suspects, but could not tell us a motive.
Neighbors say the family is from Ethiopia, and kept to themselves. Mendoza described the family as really friendly, and that she feels scared for the child's well being after this frightening shooting.
"This is a good family, very nice guy, his wife, his son, very good family," family friend Kenuz Igu says. "We don't know what happened, we love them so much."
Igu says the husband was a 57-year-old taxi cab driver who loved his wife very much.
Investigators for now are staying mum on the family connection.