Pictured: Two brothers aged seven and nine who were found dead with their mother in London
A 47-year-old mother and her two sons who were found dead at their home in London have been named.
Nadja de Jager and her two children, Maximus, seven, and nine-year-old Alexander, were found at their home Mayfield Road, Belvedere, near Bexleyheath in South East London.
Police confirmed the identities of the three victims and said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the tragedy.
Neighbors have described their shock after the grim discovery on Thursday afternoon. A resident told MailOnline: “I am absolutely shocked.
‘The first thing I knew something bad had happened was when the police showed up yesterday afternoon. I’ve since found out that Nadia and her two boys are dead.”
Seven-year-old Maximus (right) and nine-year-old Alexander (left) were found dead at home with their mother
The 47-year-old mother, who was found dead at her London home with her two sons, has been identified as Nadja de Jager (pictured). She is said to have worked as the managing director of a local real estate company
Neighbors have described their shock after the grim discovery on Thursday afternoon. Pictured: Seven-year-old Maximus
Police said it was a deeply saddened case and continued to determine the circumstances of the death. Pictured: Alexander
Police were called at 11:50 p.m. Thursday amid concerns for the well-being of those living in the home.
Detective Inspector Ollie Stride said: “This is a deeply sad case and we continue to investigate the circumstances that led to this tragic incident.
“I would like to thank the local community for their cooperation while our officers conduct their investigations.
“Our thoughts today are deeply with the family who are struggling to come to terms with their loss and we ask that their privacy be respected at this extremely difficult time.”
A neighbor told MailOnline: “I didn’t know her [Ms de Jager] Well just to say hi but she was always smart and her kids were well taken care of.
“In the summer the boys played happily in the garden. God knows what happened.’
She added that the family appeared to be preparing to move out recently, but then changed their mind.
“A few weeks ago it looked like they were moving out. She drew down the curtains and threw away a lot of old toys,’ she said. “And then everything went back to normal.”
Another neighbor recounted how the family had moved to the quiet residential street about five years ago, but had not yet fully integrated.
She said: “She moved in about five years ago. I always said hello to her, but she really didn’t want to go any further.’
Brothers Maximus (left) and Alexander (right) were found dead after police were forced to enter the property in London
Officers and forensic teams at Mayfield Road, Belvedere, near Bexleyheath, south-east London
Detectives are not actively looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation (forensic teams are pictured at the crime scene Friday).
Ms de Jager is said to have worked as a managing director of a local real estate company.
Detectives are not actively looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation and autopsies are being ordered.
The terraced house – which sits on a street where the average house price over the last 12 months has been £395,000 – was put into lockdown on Friday after the bodies were discovered on Thursday morning.
A Met Police spokesman said: “Detectives are investigating the deaths of three people at a south London address.
“Police were called at 11:50am Thursday to concerns for the well-being of occupants at an address on Mayfield Road, Belvedere.
Autopsies are arranged and relatives notified and continue to be supported by specialist officers
The terraced house – which sits on a street where the average house price over the last 12 months has been £395,000 – was put into lockdown on Friday after the bodies were discovered on Thursday morning
A Met Police spokesman said: “Detectives are investigating the deaths of three people at a south London address. “Police were called at 11:50am Thursday to concerns for the well-being of occupants at an address on Mayfield Road in Belvedere.”
A bouquet of flowers was left outside the property as neighbors expressed their shock at the tragic news on Friday
“Officers and the London Ambulance Service were present. At the scene, a 47-year-old woman and two boys, ages nine and seven, were found dead at the property.
“The next of kin have been notified. Autopsies will be ordered in due course.
“The Met’s Specialist Crime Command is leading the investigation.
“At this early stage, detectives are not actively looking for anyone else in connection with the investigation. A crime scene remains.”
A spokesman for the London Ambulance Service said: “We were called at 12.16pm yesterday (9 March) with reports of an incident at Mayfield Road, Belvedere.
“We sent a paramedic in an emergency vehicle and two emergency services to the scene.
“Unfortunately, three people were pronounced dead at the scene.”
Police are pictured at the scene on Friday morning. At 11.50am yesterday, concerns were raised about the welfare of inmates at Mayfield Road
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