By Tsai Pei-chi, Lee Hisen-feng and Ted Chen
Taipei, June 15 (CNA) A pair of skeletal remains have been identified as belonging to a couple suspected of having murdered their five children in Hualien in 2005, according to an Institute of Forensic Medicine (IFM) announcement released Monday.
A local hunter discovered the remains in a hilly area of Hualien June 10.
The IFM confirmed that the remains were those of Liu Chih-chin (劉志勤) and Lin Chen-mi (林真米), the parents of five children who were found dead in their home in September 2006.
The five children included Liu’s 18- and 17-year-old sons from a previous marriage, as well as three daughters aged 12, 9 and 8 from his marriage to Lin.
Police said they were found dead stacked on top of each other in the bathroom of their residence, with their hands and legs bound with wire. [FULL STORY][