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Three children were bashed in a disturbing attack at a home in Melbourne’s north.

Police and paramedics rushed to the Broadmeadows home north of the city after 10pm on Monday, following reports of a dispute, 7 NEWS reports.
The three children – who are of primary school age – were treated for non-life threatening injuries.

Reports suggest one child was knocked unconscious and another suffered broken bones.

They were rushed to the Royal Children’s hospital.
Police have confirmed the man is known to the family, but his relationship with the children is unclear.

He is in custody being questioned by police.

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UPDATE 5pm

The man arrested after three children were taken to hospital with injuries is now assisting police over the discovery of a body in Dallas last month.

The woman’s body was found by a jogger in the Dallas tennis club carpark in Hepburn St at 1.30pm on June 17.

It was wrapped in cloth and a distinctive headscarf was found nearby.

It is understood detectives are investigating whether the discovery of the woman’s body in Dallas is linked to the incident in Broadmeadows.

According to neighbours, the children’s mother had been missing for up to a month however Victoria Police would not comment on this claim.

More details to come….

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  • So disturbing… Who would do such a thing??

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  • This is terrible. I hope they recover well.

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  • ThY is so terrible. I hope they will be ok and get all the counselling they will need

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  • Whomever hurt these children needs to be put away.

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  • shocking – more details please when they come to light.


    • I am none the wiser with more details… the man killed the mother and hurt the children? Who were the children staying with? She went to Dallas and died?



      • I don’t think they mean Dallas in USA. It was the Dallas Tennis Club Car park in Hepburn Street. The Police need to determine if there is a definite connection between the two cases. A head injury can still at some point become life theatening. There is no indication how serious the bone fractures are. Hopefully they all make a full recovery, Deepest sympathy to the boys and other relatives of the deceased Mother.

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