A British Columbia man has apparently admitted in a Facebook post to killing his family, CBC News reports. The post on Randy Janzen’s Facebook page states that he killed his wife, his daughter, and his sister.

According to CBC News, homicide investigators confirmed on Friday that several bodies were discovered in two separate homes “following information from social media that had been shared with them.”

The homicide investigation comes after police confronted a man on Thursday at one of the houses where the bodies were later found, CBC News reports. The confrontation ended when the house went up in flames.

Police said that the bodies are believed to be members of the same family, and that the suspect is believed to be among them, but would not confirm their identities.

In the post on his Facebook page, Janzen apparently describes his daughter Emily’s struggle with migraines. “I just could not see my little girl hurt for one more second,” the post reads. “I took a gun and shot her in the head and now she is migraine free.”

“Then I shot Laurel because a mother should never have hear the news her baby has died.”

“Then a couple of days later my sister Shelly because I did not want her to have to live with this shame I have caused all alone.”

“Now my family is pain free and in heaven. I have great remorse for my actions and feel like the dirt that I am. I am taking full responsibility for my actions of these murders. So sorry to anyone I have hurt. Rest in peace my little family.”

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