Transcript for 4 Killed in Fire at Ex-Tennis Player's Home
mysterious fire at the former home of tennis star James Blake. Four dead bodies found inside the mansion, which burned to the ground Wednesday. Police convinced it was a crime. And ABC's gio Benitez has the latest from Miami. Reporter: This morning, a beautiful mansion at the center of a heinous crime. It's so bad. I was walking my dog. And the house just exploded. Okay, ma'am. Listen to me. Try to calm down a little bit. Reporter: Police near Tampa, Florida, said somebody set this Ragin' inferno Wednesday morning, intentionally. We have confirmed there were various fireworks throughout the residence. Reporter: Inside, the bodies of two adults and two teenagers, discovered in their bedrooms. Two appear to have upper body trauma. At this time, we have confirmed that the residence is being rented by the Campbell family. However, we have not been able to positively identify the bodies. Reporter: For the past two years, the Campbell family has rented the posh 7,600-square-foot mansion from tennis star, James Blake. Located on the Avila government course, the home has been home to many athletes, including former NFL coach Tony dungy. According to "The Tampa tribune," this is the man renting the home, Darren Campbell. He was the senior vice president at pods. As well as pressurery at the carollwood day school. His children were students there. The accelerant, were they dead before the fire started? Reporter: While police are not identifying the names of the victims until after autopsy results are released, the campbells have not been heard from since the fire, leaving those who knew the family devastated. The daughter is beautiful. Just so bad. Reporter: And ABC news reached out to Blake's management. They wouldn't say much. They confirmed he owned the house and was renting it out. But more importantly, he was not in Florida yesterday.
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