The Texas family killed in an apparent murder-suicide by their two sons used to live in Queens — with their shocked former landlord on Tuesday mourning her “very nice” former tenants, but recalling that the brothers had “problems.”
“Oh my God! I can’t believe!” Astoria homeowner Yuen Sang exclaimed Tuesday through tears when she learned what happened to the Bangladeshi family who lived at her 47th Street building 15 years ago.
Police believe that Farhan Towhid, 19, and his 21-year-old brother Tanvir Towhid, slaughtered their father, Towhidul Islam, 54, mother Iren Islam, 56, 77-year-old grandmother Altafun Nessa, and Farhan’s 19-year-old twin sister, Farbin Towhid — a student at NYU — at the family’s home Saturday in Allen, TX.
The brothers then fatally shot themselves.
All six of family members were discovered by police dead with gunshot wounds during a wellness check at about 1 a.m. on Monday.
Sang called Towhidul Islam “such a wonderful man” and his wife “such