‘Murder-suicide’ husband ‘was depressed and rowed with wife’ before housemate found them dead and son, 2, asleep

‘Murder-suicide’ husband ‘was depressed and rowed with wife’ before housemate found them dead and son, 2, asleep

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A HUSBAND who died in a suspected murder suicide had rowed with his wife before the couple were found dead with their son asleep nearby.

The bodies of the couple, named locally as Kiril Nemcev, 32, and Lana Nemceva, 23, were found at the Burton home, Staffs.

A young child, thought to be the couple's son, was found safe and well by police
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The bodies of the couple, named locally as Kiril Nemcev, 32, and Lana Nemceva, 23, at the home with their son rescued by emergency services[/caption]

The couple’s roommate made the tragic discovery – finding the Latvian couple’s two-year-old son asleep in the semi-detached home on Wednesday night.

The 47-year-old warehouse worker told The Daily Mail that dad Kiril had been complaining about being tired at his work as a Pizza Express chef.

He said: “I think it was maybe depression – he told me that Lana didn’t understand him.

“They had been a happy couple but there had been tension between them in recent weeks.”

He added: “Lana was upset because she said Kiril always thought he was in the right and she was always in the wrong. But I don’t know what could have triggered something like this to happen.”


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And he revealed the grim moment he saw “drops of blood” in the house and found the couple.

It comes after hearbreaking photos showing the couple celebrating their son’s second birthday just last month.

Kiril is understood to have moved to the UK about six years ago, settling in Winchester.

He then met Lana, an optometrist, when he was visiting Latvia a few years ago, with the couple marrying in 2016.

It has been claimed Kiril had not showed up for his shift at Pizza Express on Wednesday.

They had been a happy couple but there had been tension between them in recent weeks


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It is understood police are investigating whether the incident was a murder suicide.

Staffordshire Police confirmed they had been called to the home on Henhurt Hill about 11pm on Wednesday.

They said: “The bodies of a 32-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman were discovered at the address.

“A two-year-old child was found unharmed at the property.

“The deaths are being treated as unexplained at this time and post mortems will take place in due course.”


Wes Midlands Ambulance Service said two ambulances and two paramedics had been called to the scene.

They said: “A second man who was not in the house and a young child who was, were discharged after assessment.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact 101, quoting incident number 790 of 4 September. Alternatively, for guaranteed anonymity, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

The couple have been named locally as 32-year-old Kiril Nemcev and Lana Nemceva, 23
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The couple had been ‘tense’, neighbours claimed[/caption]

Boots Opticians worker Lana,23, and Kiril, 32, a Pizza Express worker have been named locally as the couple found dead in the suspected murder-suicide
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The couple had shared photographs of themselves grinning at the camera before their deaths[/caption]

The deaths are being treated as unexplained at this time
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The deaths are being treated as unexplained at this time[/caption]

Police and forensic officers outside the house in Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, today
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Police and forensic officers outside the house in Burton-on-Trent[/caption]

Police had been called to the home in Burton-upon-Trent last night after reports two people were unresponsive
Police had been called to the home in Burton on Wednesday night after reports two people were unresponsive
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Forensic officers were seen at the home last night
Forensic officers were seen at the home on Wednesday
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