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Man charged with second-degree murder in Langley house fire back in court

FILE - Crews were called to a house fire in Langley in mid-June, when the bodies were found in and around the home. (NEWS 1130 photo)
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The man facing second degree murder charges in connection with the deaths of three family members is back in court

Kia Ebrahimian is accused of killing his sibling, mother, and mother's boyfriend

Crews were called to a house fire in Langley in mid-June, when the bodies were found in and around the home

LANGLEY (NEWS 1130) — The man facing second-degree murder charges in connection with the deaths of three family members will be back in court Monday.

Kia Ebrahimian is accused of killing his sibling, mother, and mother’s boyfriend.

Crews were called to a house fire in Langley in mid-June, when the bodies were found in and around the home.

It’s unclear what caused their deaths, but homicide investigators have said the events that unfolded were part of a “domestic incident.”

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Ebrahimian, 24, was arrested and charged with three counts of second-degree murder.

The fire was at a home on Wakefield Drive in the Willoughby neighbourhood in the evening of June 13. Crews found flames shooting out of the home when they arrived.

One man was initially found dead outside the home, while two others were discovered inside a day later. A second man, who was also apparently inside the home and who made it out without injury, has since been confirmed as the suspect.