http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/community-mourns-death-johns-creek-family/nWGBt/ Johns Creek police are expected to release more information Tuesday about the apparent murder-suicide in the northern suburb that left four people dead. Officials with the Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office identified the victims as Shindiver Grover, his wife Damanjit, and their two sons – 12-year-old Sartaj and 5-year-old Gurtej. Friends gathered at their Sikh Gurdwara, a place of worship, in Roswell on Monday to mourn. Many don't believe it was a murder-suicide. "It is very hard to believe," one leader said at the gathering. "It's a big loss, it's even harder to accept to such a nice loving family." Johns Creek police said a friend of the deceased woman called police Monday morning, worried about the family because the woman had not reported to work. When officers arrived at the apartment on Abbotts Bridge Road around 11:30 a.m., they said they found the four bodies in the first-floor apartment. Police are not releasing much information, except to say the crime has shaken even veteran investigators. "It's throughout the apartment. It's a rather complicated crime scene as we go through it. We are going to be here for hours," said Johns Creek police Chief Ed Densmore. Stunned neighbors watched police work Monday afternoon, recounting pleasant encounters with the family and remembering how the father would frequently walk his sons to the bus stop. "With the family values we have in India, with two small kids, I mean, nobody can hurt their own children," said neighbor Bashir Farishda.