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Police investigating 93-year-old Connecticut woman’s death as a homicide

STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut police say they’re treating the loss of life of a 93-year-old lady discovered on the backside of her basement stairs as a murder.

Stamford Police mentioned Thursday they’ve decided, with assist from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, that the lady’s accidents weren’t according to a fall down the steps.

Police had been known as Wednesday to a single-family residence the place they discovered the lady useless on the backside of a staircase resulting in her basement. Police mentioned relations had turn into involved after they couldn’t attain the lady by phone and determined to examine on her.

Police are searching for assist from anybody who noticed something suspicious Wednesday close to the Cove Road and Willowbrook Avenue intersection, between midday and eight p.m. Neighbors can count on an elevated police presence.

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