A family of four was found dead inside a trailer home in Elyria, Ohio, in an apparent murder-suicide. A man reportedly called 911 and confessed to killing his family.

The caller also told the 911 operator that he would be taking his own life, before disconnecting.

Cops from the Elyria police department in Lorain County responded to the 911 call made from Kenny Brook Lane at around 11:45 p.m. Saturday, according to a statement by the department.

Upon arrival, the cops found the trailer home in the West Ridge Green Mobile Park locked, and no response from within even after multiple attempts. Officers forced their way into the trailer and found four deceased persons inside. The victims were all related, local news reported.

"The Detective Bureau and Lorain County Coroner's Office were contacted and responded to the scene," the statement said, adding that the names of the deceased were not released pending notification to the next of kin.

The incident appeared to be isolated and there was no threat to the community, the police added, according to WEWS-TV.

Rose Morgan, who delivered a communion and the church bulletin Sunday morning, told Morning Journal the family living in the house consisted of a husband and wife in their 60s, their disabled adult son, and another elderly female member in her early 90s. At least one female member of the family used a wheelchair, Morgan added.

"All of them are gone?" Morgan reportedly asked on learning about the incident. "I don't believe it. I was bringing communion and the church bulletin."

Morgan also said the husband "took care" of the three people who lived in the house and "was always calm, always friendly."

Neighbor Eric Elek said he often saw an adult male who appeared to be disabled and an elderly couple outside the house. "They pretty much kept to themselves," Elek told the outlet.

While searching around, police recovered a small scrap of crime scene tape in the front of the house and what appeared to be a discarded rubber glove.

Police have asked people with any information about the incident to come forward and contact Detective Kasperovich at 440-326-1213 or zkasperovich@cityofelyria.org.

If you have thoughts of suicide, confidential help is available for free at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Call 1-800-273-8255. The line is available 24 hours a day.