NHS bosses are continuing to probe what lessons can be learned from the tragic deaths of four members of the same family earlier this year.

In January, Bartlomiej Kuczynski killed his two young daughters and their aunt in his home in Queens Hills before taking his own life.

The tragic incident sent shockwaves through the community of the Costessey estate, with tributes pouring in for 12-year-old Jasmin, eight-year-old Natasha and 36-year-old Kanticha Sukpengpanao.

In the days following the tragedy, it emerged that 45-year-old killer Kuczynski was known to mental health services and had attended A&E for an assessment a month earlier - but left before he was seen.

Eastern Daily Press: Bartlomiej Kuczynski, whose body was found in his home in Queen's Hill

Three months later, it has been revealed the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) is investigating whether any lessons can be taken from the tragedy.

At a meeting of the trust's board of directors, its chief nursing officer Tumi Banda confirmed patient safety incident reports were being prepared in to the deaths of the family members.

Eastern Daily Press: Downreuang and Jasmin were found dead at a home in Costessey on Friday

He said: "In January we had three tragic homicides and our thoughts continue to be with the family involved.

"We have carried out initial investigations to establish whether any early lessons can be learned from this and these will continue while a full homicide review is conducted."

Mr Banda added that work was continuing to support staff who were involved in the case, as well as the family involved.

Inquests into the deaths of the four family members were opened on January 31, with a further review hearing scheduled to take place in a month's time.

All four people died in the same incident on January 19, with Kuczynski and his family believed to have made a number of attempts to access mental health support in the months leading up to the tragedy.

His wife is thought to have left the home to travel to work at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital that morning.