Police Investigating Possible Double Homicide After Finding Elderly Couple Dead in Glendale Home

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Glendale police said they were investigating a possible double homicide Sunday after discovering the bodies of a couple who were in their late 70s to early 80s.

Family called police saying they were concerned for relatives who lived in the 600 block of Alexander Street (map) after not hearing from them for an undisclosed amount of time, Glendale Police Department spokesman Robert William said.

Responding officers entered the residence and found the couple's bodies.

The cause of death was not disclosed and the couple's identities had not yet been confirmed.

Investigators said the incident did not appear to be a random act.

“It doesn’t seem like there was a ransacking of any sort, doesn’t seem like there was a burglary or anything like that, and everything that happened was pretty much contained inside the house,” police Sgt. Robert William said.

Neighbors said a grandson of the couple had been living with them for a couple months and had not been seen recently.

Police said the grandson was not considered missing and they had no persons of interest in the case yet.

Investigators were waiting on coroner's officials to arrive as of 9:30 p.m.