Clallam County Sheriff’s Office Detective Josh Ley, right, hands an evidence marker to an ATF agent as investigators comb through the scene of a fire where the bodies of a mother and three children were found. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Clallam County Sheriff’s Office Detective Josh Ley, right, hands an evidence marker to an ATF agent as investigators comb through the scene of a fire where the bodies of a mother and three children were found. (Jesse Major/Peninsula Daily News)

Investigators continue search for evidence in killing of woman, three children

Police: Woman’s husband seen running from scene of Port Angeles fire

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