The King County Sheriff's Office says six bodies have been found at a home near the small town of Carnation. Officers say the victims are most likely three generations of family. Police have ruled out the possibility of a murder-suicide, but say they're looking for possible suspects. They said they do not have a specific suspect in mind. The homicides happened on Christmas Eve, either late afternoon or early evening. The victims include a man and a woman who appear to be in their 50s, a man and a woman appearing to be in their 30s, a 6-year-old girl and a 3-year-old boy. They likely died of gunshots. Sgt. Jim Laing says the bodies were discovered about 8 a.m. in a home in the 1800 block of 346th Avenue NE. They were found by a co-worker of one of the victims who worked at a post office. The co-worker went to the home when the usually reliable postal employee failed to show up for work. Detective Bob Conner, says there is "no ongoing threat to the community" related to the killings. The home appears to be a large older house on isolated property in the mostly rural area. King County's "Guardian One" helicopter could be seen flying over the area. Detectives are searching outbuildings as well as the home. They towed away a black pickup truck sealed with evidence tape. "It's a very wide area here. Very dense, wooded, and part of the investigation is checking the whole area and terrain out to make sure there isn't other evidence or possibly other victims," said Conner.