UPDATE: 8:51 a.m. EDT —  After the shooting incident Wednesday in Brooklyn where four people were found shot dead, including a toddler, no one has yet been taken into custody, police said. Investigators have been trying to determine whether it was a possible murder-suicide or if a suspect is still on the run. Authorities stated there was no sign of forced entry into the apartment where the victims were discovered. The identities of the deceased have also not been released yet.

UPDATE: 7:17 a.m. EDT — In the shooting incident that took place in Brooklyn on Wednesday, a child believed to be younger than two years was shot dead along with three men who had bullet wounds to the head, authorities said.

Police said that a woman, who reportedly came to the apartment to babysit, made the horrifying discovery. Law enforcement officials said it was not clear if she is related to the four dead.

Original Story:

Four people, including a child, all believed to belong to the same family were found shot and killed in Brooklyn in a possible murder-suicide, police said Wednesday.

The incident took place at the end of a cul-de-sac on Thatford Avenue, near Riverdale Avenue, police confirmed around 6:40 a.m. EDT. The victims were found in an apartment in that area.

Police have not disclosed the ages of the deceased, or mentioned if a suspected shooter was in custody.

police car Tasha Lynn Schleicher was arrested after a 911 call informed authorities a woman was passed out behind the wheel of her vehicle in a gas station parking lot. A representational photo of a police car in California. Photo: Getty Images