Inquest Opens In To Tidworth Deaths
Bryn and Jack Anderson
A coroner at Wiltshire and Swindon Coroners Court has today opened and adjourned the inquest into the deaths of Graham Anderson and his sons.
The bodies of Jack, 11, and Bryn Anderson, 3, were discovered at a flat in Tidworth on Saturday, along with their father Graham.
It's understood further tests will need to be carried before the cause of deaths can be determined.
Detectives are treating the deaths of the children as suspicious but are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
The boys' mother, Ms Victoria Jones paid the following tribute to them:
"Jack was a keen footballer and absolutely loved playing the game. He was a very intelligent boy. Maths and science were his favourite subjects.
"He was loved by everyone who met him as he was such a sociable child. He was caring and loving towards Bryn and was the best big brother in the world.
"Bryn was a cheeky chappie who doted on and looked up to his elder brother. He enjoyed playing in his sandpit and on his trike. He loved animals, especially cats.
"Jack was due to start secondary school this week while Bryn was due to start at playgroup.
"Both Jack and Bryn will be sorely missed by their family and friends. The boys meant everything to me."
Police have been gathering CCTV footage of the last known movements of the family and are still appealing for information.
Detective Chief Inspector Ian Saunders of the Brunel Major Crime Investigation Team is heading the enquiry.
He said: "We would like to offer our condolences to their mother Victoria Jones and the boys' family on the tragic loss of Jack and Bryn.
"My officers are working hard to piece together the events that led to this appalling outcome so that we can pass the fullest possible report to the Coroner.
"I hope now that the photographs of the boys and their father are in the public domain that we will hear from more people who might have seen them in the seven days leading up to the discovery of their bodies on Saturday afternoon."
Anyone who has information that may help police is asked to call Wiltshire Police on 101 and ask for the incident room, or if they wish to remain anonymous they can call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.