The identities of four people found dead at a home in Costessey have been confirmed by police.

Police were called to Allan Bedford Crescent in Queen's Hills at around 7.15am on Friday after a member of the public raised concerns for the welfare of people inside.

Officers forced entry into the property and found the bodies of Bartlomiej Kuczynski, 45, his two daughters Jasmin, 12, Natasha, nine, and their maternal aunt Kanticha Sukpengpanao, 36.

Norwich Evening News: The family were found dead at their home in CostesseyThe family were found dead at their home in Costessey (Image: Facebook)Mr Kuczynski called 999 shortly before 6am with concerns about his mental state but Norfolk Police did not send officers to the address until a second call was made an hour later by a dog walker. 

Post-mortem examinations were carried out on Mr Kuczynski and Ms Sukpengpanao on Sunday.

READ MORE: Everything we know so far about the Costessey deaths

Mr Kuczynski died as a result of a single stab wound to the neck while Ms Sukpengpanao died from stab wounds to the neck. 

Norwich Evening News: Kanticha was visiting Costessey from ThailandKanticha was visiting Costessey from Thailand (Image: Facebook)Post-mortem examinations on the two young girls will be carried out on Wednesday.

Jasmin and Natasha attended Taverham High School and Queen's Hill Primary respectively and both schools have offered "extra support" for staff and students in the wake of the incident. 

Norwich Evening News: Flower tributes have been left in the area since the incidentFlower tributes have been left in the area since the incident (Image: PA)Dr Roger Harris, who took over as headteacher of Taverham High in September 2021, said: "Jasmin was always smiling and even a bit cheeky at times, but as parents, you'd be very proud to call her your daughter.

"I found out what had happened early Friday afternoon and I was devastated.

"Yesterday was sombre - there was a school assembly at the start of the day and we also had the critical incident team back in.

"As a headteacher and human being, this is a nightmare scenario."

On Sunday, Dr Harris and Matthew Cross, headteacher at Queen's Hill Primary, attended Queen's Hills Community Centre with the county council's Critical Incident Team to offer children an opportunity to share their feelings and provide extra support.

Taverham High is also giving pupils a chance to share memories of Jasmin in a book of condolences, with flowers adorning its entrance gates.