Man shoots 4 in Villa Park, sets fire, kills self
Four people were found dead after a fire in Villa Park home Tuesday. 

The lone suspect in this quadruple homicide took his own life Tuesday afternoon as investigators closed in.

42-year-old Cedric Anderson, a man with a long criminal history, left a suicide note. A source says it did not mention the murders.

Anderson had been in a relationship with 37-year-old Ursula Nailor, who was found in her burning home Tuesday morning, along with her sons, 16-year-old Darnell Holt and Daniel Nailor, who would have turned 14 on Saturday, and their cousin 19-year-old Dominique Robinson of Bolingbrook.

All four were shot in their beds, according to a source and the fire was apparently set to cover-up the crime.

A handgun found at the scene of Anderson’s suicide is believed to be linked to the killings.

A group  of classmates gathered for a prayer vigil Tuesday night.

"Darnell was a very loving and kind person,” said Kyle Rushing, friend of victim.  “All he wanted to do was play sports and be the best out of everybody."

"He was a really good guy.  He was a happy person and he always put a smile on everybody's face,” said Kendra Johnson.