THE Polish couple found dead in Warndon Villages have been named locally as Daniel Fedec and Malgorzata Marczak.

Their bodies were discovered by police at their home in Debdale Avenue, Worcester, at 5pm on Tuesday after their families raised the alarm.

Miss Marczak's death is being treated as murder.

Police believe Mr's Fedec's death is not suspicious. They have said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with their investigation.

Mr Fedec, aged 21, came to England from Poland in 2006 and was a pupil at Christopher Whitehead Language College and the former Worcester College of Technology.

He was also worked at LGG Charlesworth in Malvern until 2013.

Neil Morris, head of Christopher Whitehead Language College, said: "It's just so sad.

"In school he kept his head down and was quiet and reserved.

"This is a shock and a surprise.

"My thoughts are with the young girl's family."

Miss Marczak, aged 29, is believed to have worked at Southco and had a young son.

Councillor John Campion, cabinet member for transformation and commissioning, said: "Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of this couple.

"We are working with the police and other partners to support the family during this difficult time."

Police went to their home after their families said they had not heard from them since Sunday.

Officers confirmed that no previous reports of domestic violence involving the dead couple had been received.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Austin said: "Police initially received a report from the families of the man and woman on Tuesday who were concerned that they had not heard from either of them since Sunday evening.

"After taking details from the families officers obtained the key to the property and entered at 5pm. The bodies of the deceased were then discovered.

"We are awaiting formal identification of both of the deceased. At this time we believe they are a 21-year-old man and a 29-year-old woman, both of whom were originally from Poland.

"This is an extremely difficult time for both families and specially trained officers continue to provide them with support and keep them updated on the progress of the investigation.

"We have carried out extensive house-to-house enquiries in the area and these will continue as we attempt to establish the circumstances that led up to this incident.

"As a result of our enquiries we continue to believe that this incident was contained to the property and we are not looking for anyone else. The death of the woman is being treated as suspicious and investigated as a murder and the death of the man is being treated as non-suspicious.

"I can confirm that there was no previous reports of domestic violence involving the deceased made to either the police or other support agencies the police work with.

"We continue to appeal for anyone with information that may help with our enquiries to contact us.

"A file is currently being prepared to be passed to the coroner."