Two sisters aged four and six found dead in father's home after mother warned he was an unfit and 'inappropriate' dad in bitter custody battle

Mail Online | 12/29/2017 | Jessa Schroeder For Dailymail.com
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The father of two young Canadian sisters who were found dead inside his apartment on Christmas Day is the sole suspect in what investigators are calling a holiday homicide.

The bodies of Aubrey Berry, 4, and Chloe Berry, 6, were discovered after police were called to Andrew Berry's Oak Bay, British Columbia apartment around 5pm.

Source - Police - Power - Time - Father

A related source told police the power had been out for some time in the 43-year-old father's apartment when he failed to pay his electricity bills after suffering financial setbacks.

He was found with self-inflicted wounds and transported to the hospital. Another male was found in the home, while police have not released his identity.

Children - Mother - Sarah - Cotton - Marriage

It seems the children's mother, Sarah Cotton, ended their marriage in 2013 after three years together, and complained he was an unfit father during their ongoing custody battle.

Online court records show government agency Ministry of Children and Family Development began investigating the suspicious dad in 2015, after Aubrey told her mother that he touched her 'inappropriately'.

Examination - Agency - Spot - Aubrey - Head

During an examination in 2016, the agency discovered a 'soft spot' on Aubrey's head after a visit to her...
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