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A father who called triple-0 to tell police his wife and three young children were dead inside their family home appeared 'extremely distressed' as he waited on his front lawn for paramedics to arrive. 

Emergency crews were called to the house on Burgess Street, Tullamarine, in Melbourne's north west, about 12.30pm on Thursday. 

There they found the bodies of 43-year-old Katie Perinovic and three children - Claire, seven, Anna, five, and Matthew, three.

The 48-year-old father of the children, Tomislav Perinovic, is a 'person of interest' and is assisting police with inquiries. He is yet to be formally interviewed.

He was found by paramedics sitting in the front yard of the house, according to the Herald Sun. 

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Ms Perinovic worked as a physiotherapist at the nearby Glenroy Physiotherapy for several years, but quit her job unexpectedly about three months ago.   

The mother-of-three may have been fallen into a depression, The Herald Sun was told. 

Paramedics found the bodies of Katie Perinovic and Claire, seven, Anna, five, and Matthew, three (all pictured). The father of the children, Tomislav Perinovic (left)  is assisting police with inquiries

Paramedics found the bodies of Katie Perinovic and Claire, seven, Anna, five, and Matthew, three (all pictured). The father of the children, Tomislav Perinovic (left)  is assisting police with inquiries 

Police said there was no history of family violence involving the family. Pictured: Katie and Tomislav Perinovic with their daughter

Police said there was no history of family violence involving the family. Pictured: Katie and Tomislav Perinovic with their daughter 

Emergency crews were called to the house on Burgess Street, Tullamarine about 12.30pm on Thursday

Emergency crews were called to the house on Burgess Street, Tullamarine about 12.30pm on Thursday

Acting Deputy Commissioner Robert Hill said while the investigation is in its very early stages, the woman and her children 'died in suspicious circumstances'.

'As to who is culpable for the death of the four people that is yet to be determined and we should not draw any conclusions at this point in time,' he said.  

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He said it would be 'grossly unfair' to assume culpability on the basis that the father is assisting police.  

'We just need to understand the facts, and unfortunately they're not known to us but will be in the fulness of time,' he said.

'We have a long way to go before we can actually understand and appreciate what occurred.' 

It's understood the father appeared 'extremely distressed' on the street when emergency serviced arrived at the scene. 

Police and ambulance crews are pictured at the scene in Tullamarine, Melbourne, on Thursday

Police and ambulance crews are pictured at the scene in Tullamarine, Melbourne, on Thursday

The bodies of two girls aged five and seven, a three-year-old boy and a 42-year-old woman were found at the property

The bodies of two girls aged five and seven, a three-year-old boy and a 42-year-old woman were found at the property 

Police in face masks gather in a group outside a house in Tullamarine, after four people were found dead

Police in face masks gather in a group outside a house in Tullamarine, after four people were found dead

Emergency crews were called to the house in Tullamarine, Melbourne's north-west, on Thursday afternoon

Emergency crews were called to the house in Tullamarine, Melbourne's north-west, on Thursday afternoon

'He was standing on the street, looking

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