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Police are treating the deaths of two young toddlers who were found dead alongside their mum as murder.

Tiffany Stevens and her daughters, Casey, three, and Darcey, one, were discovered at a house in Bolton on Monday after reports of concern for a woman.

The death of Ms Stevens is not being treated as suspicious and police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the death of her children.

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A woman found dead alongside her two daughters at a house in Greater Manchester has been named as Tiffany Stevens. Miss Stevens, believed to be 27, and her daughters Casey, three, and Darcey, one, were found dead at a house on Arthur Street in Little Lever, Bolton https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014915978638 FACEBOOK
They have been named locally as Tiffany Stevens and her daughters Casey, three, and Darcie, one
A woman found dead alongside her two daughters at a house in Greater Manchester has been named as Tiffany Stevens. Miss Stevens, believed to be 27, and her daughters Casey, three, and Darcey, one, were found dead at a house on Arthur Street in Little Lever, Bolton https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014915978638 FACEBOOK
Ms Stevens was found dead alongside her two young daughters

None of the three have yet been formally identified as detectives continue their inquiries in liaison with the coroner.

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DCI Colin Larkin said: ‘Our thoughts remain with the family at this unimaginably difficult time.

‘Specialist officers will continue to support them while they deal with the loss of their loved ones.

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‘This was an extremely upsetting case that has affected the family, friends, the local community and everyone at GMP who has been involved with it.

‘I would like to thank my fellow officers for their professionalism and diligence over the past 48 hours and the local community for their cooperation and patience.’

A woman found dead alongside her two daughters at a house in Greater Manchester has been named as Tiffany Stevens. Miss Stevens, believed to be 27, and her daughters Casey, three, and Darcey, one, were found dead at a house on Arthur Street in Little Lever, Bolton https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100014915978638 FACEBOOK
A neighbour said Ms Steven’s was a ‘brilliant mum’
Police outside a house on Arthur Street, Little Lever, Bolton, where a woman and two children were found dead. See SWNS story BRLEdead; A WOMAN and two young children have been found dead at a house in Little Lever. Police have confirmed that they were called to a property in Arthur Street at 3.50pm on Monday. They had received reports of concern for the welfare of a woman. When they arrived at the house they found the bodies of a woman and two young children. Inquiries into the circumstances surrounding the deaths are ongoing, said the GMP duty inspector.
Police have set up a around the house in Arthur Street, Bolton (Picture: SWNS)

Police were called to the property in Arthur Street, Little Lever, shortly before 3.50pm on Monday.

On Tuesday, neighbour Annmarie Crossland, 36, said she was first alerted when relatives were heard ‘screaming and shouting’ in the alleyway at the back of the house.

She described Ms Stevens as a ‘brilliant mum’ and said her own four children played with Ms Stevens’s daughters.

Ms Crossland added: ‘They were gorgeous little kids. Great, really nice.

‘She would take them to the park and into Bolton. They were very friendly.’

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