A mother-of-three was one of five people who were found dead inside a Bedford home on Sunday.
The body of Mara Quinn was found inside the WA home – she was the mother of three dead children also found, the West Australian reported.
On Monday, a 24-year-old Bedford man was charged with five counts of murder over the deaths.
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Ms Quinn, her daughter Charlotte, and twins Alice and Beatrix lived at the home which is now a police crime scene.
The loving mother has been described as a 'beautiful person' and a hardworking 'go-getter'.
On Sunday night a man in his 20s was being questioned by police. He was known to the victims but police have not elaborated.
At a press conference on Sunday, Assistant Commissioner Paul Steel said the event had sent ‘a ripple through the community of Western Australia’.
‘This is a tragic event that will have no doubt have an impact, not only on the family and friends of the deceased, but for the whole of the community, those first responders who were faced with attending a scene with multiple deceased people,’ he said.
‘Part of the homicide squad investigation is going to try and identify the time line of all events which led to this matter.
‘How long the bodies have been there will also form part of that timeline inquiry.’