Four people were found dead on Tuesday in the basement of an upstate New York home, authorities said.
Troy police Capt. Daniel addition to initiating the alternative said authorities received a call of a number of unconscious people in a building at about 12:50 hours, according to the Albany Times Union.
“Unfortunately, it is terrible, terrible, sad, sad, especially at this time of the year, that there are four dead people out there and we are going to do everything we can to look into this and get to the bottom of what happened here,” in addition to initiating the alternative said.
Troy Police are investigating what they are calling multiple suspicious deaths at 158 2nd Avenue in Lansingburgh. pic.twitter.com/5Oays0xn4M
— Dan Levy (@dlevywnyt) on December 26, 2017
The authorities were uncertain how long the bodies were there before the property manager had discovered them, according to the New York Daily News.
Addition to initiating the alternative said the death “appeared suspicious” and which were used for research as murder.
No suspects were named in the death and the victims were not immediately identified.