Dad shot teen daughters dead while taunting mum on phone before killing himself

A man who shot his two teenage daughters dead while on the phone to his wife said “how do you like that?” before turning the gun on himself.

David Kaser, 56, killed Clarissa Kaser, 19, and Crystal Kaser, 14, in a horrific murder-suicide in Sand Springs, a city in Oklahoma, United States.

Police went to the Kaser family home after receiving a distressed call from David's wife at 1pm on Tuesday February 9 2021.

Sand Springs Police told reporters the mum had called the force and told them her husband called her at work threatening to kill their daughters.

She told investigators that she heard what she thought was a gunshot before her husband said: "How do you like that?"

Upon arrival, officers were unable to find David and walked in to the home to find three bodies.

In a statement, law enforcement said murder suicide is "so out of place" in the community and urged anyone who feels "hopeless, angry or out of control," to get in touch.

The force said: "Today our officers are dealing with another scene of senseless violence against innocent people," a Sand Springs police spokesman said in a statement.

"This is so out of place for our community, that we are all trying to understand why.

"I ask that if you are in a situation in which you feel hopeless, angry or out of control, please call us and let us help you."

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Clarissa had reportedly just graduated high school and her sister Crystal had attended a local school.

The senseless tragedy took place less than a mile from a separate and unrelated triple murder-suicide 10 days prior at the start of February.

In that case, police said a father stabbed his two young daughters and their mother to death, before killing himself.

Superintendent of Sand Springs Public Schools Sherry Durkee said in a statement: "Our hearts are heavy for the recent tragedies of two Sand Springs families. Our condolences go out to each of these families.

"As our community tries to make sense of the last few weeks' events, we will stand ready to offer support and help whenever needed.

"We must make it our priority to lean on each other, love our neighbour, and support our students and families to the greatest extent possible."

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