What happened with the Osmington shootings

WHAT WE KNOW ABOUT THE WA FAMILY SHOOTING:

- Grandfather Peter Miles (61) shot and killed his wife Cynda (58), their daughter Katrina (35) and her children - daughter Taye (13) and sons Rylan (12), Arye (10) and Kadyn (8) at the Miles' Forever Dreaming hobby farm in Osmington, near Margaret River, on May 11

- Peter called police, speaking to them for two minutes before taking his own life

- Katrina had moved to her parents' farm with the children after her relationship with their father Aaron Cockman broke down.

- Friends and neighbours speculated the grandfather, who was battling mental illness and was reportedly taking antidepressants, was under financial strain

- Mr Cockman said he believed Mr Miles, whose son died years ago, could not bear the thought of losing his other son, who has a serious kidney illness

- Two separate funerals were held on Wednesday, firstly for Katrina and her children, then for the entire family. Mr Cockman did not attend the second service.

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