COLUMBUS, Ind. (WISH) - The Bartholomew County Sheriff's Department on Tuesday released the 911 call made Saturday night alerting police to the quadruple homicide in Waynesville.
Police say Dan Burton was returning home from work when he discovered two bodies in his living room.
"I walked in and noticed my big screen TV was missing," he said during the 911 call. "So I turned on the light and saw two dead bodies in front of me … They're dead. They're covered in blood. They're covered in blood, man ... somebody just walked in here and murdered my whole family."
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Burton stayed on the phone and waited for police to arrive. Sheriff Mark Gorbett said Burton is not a suspect in the case.
During the 911 call Burton said he saw two bodies lying on the floor but he suspected at least one more body was in the home.
"My mom's in the bedroom. It's locked, I can't get in there. I'm pretty sure she's probably dead too," he told the dispatcher.
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