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Police in Toronto opened a homicide investigation after the discovery of the two boys dead in east-end apartment.

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The police in Toronto opened a homicide investigation after finding two boys without vital signs Sunday evening in an apartment in Scarborough in the east of the city.

Police were called to the scene around 7:30 p.m. Sunday, said Detective Terry Browne of the homicide squad.

When they arrived at the building on Glamorgan Avenue, they found a 25-year-old woman, the mother of the two victims, on the ground at the exterior after a fall from a balcony of the building.

The door to the apartment of the family was locked. Once in the unit, officers discovered the two boys inert. Their death was pronounced at the hospital.

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An autopsy is scheduled to be performed Wednesday on the bodies of the 4- and 5-year-olds. Their bodies showed no injuries, Detective Browne said.

We are treating both deaths as suspicious.

A quote from Terri Browne, Detective, Toronto Police

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The deaths of the two boys are being treated as suspicious deaths, says Toronto police Detective Terry Brown.

Police spoke to a relative of the family. Both boys appeared in good health earlier in the day Sunday, according to Investigator Browne.

Detective Browne did not did not want to confirm the cause of the mother's fall.

He specifies, however, that nothing leads investigators to believe that someone was with her at that time. The fall was likely not accidental, he said.

The woman was seriously injured. She is due for an operation, says Detective Browne, but police have no fears for her life at this time.

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