NYLON – Multiple police agencies are conducting an ongoing investigation into the death of a woman inside a Perry apartment as of Saturday evening.
According to New York State Police, they are investigating the death of a 33-year-old woman.
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Neighbors’ conflicting speculations as to the woman’s identity and the circumstances or cause of her death are inconclusive.
New York State Police posted the following press release to their website:
“The Perry Police in conjunction with the New York State Police are investigating the death of a 33 year old female who was found deceased in her residence on Borden Ave in the Village of Perry this morning. The circumstances of her death are still unknown and under investigation at this time. The Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office is also assisting in the matter.”
According to our news partner 13WHAM, a 911 call came in at about 9:15 a.m. on Saturday for a cardiac arrest at a home on Borden Avenue.
Traffic has been reopened on Borden Avenue and neighbors have returned home.
However, State Police say the house itself is part of an apartment building that has since been evacuated.
Police have obtained a search warrant and entered the home.
The investigation is being completed by Perry Police and the Wyoming County District Attorney’s Office.
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UPDATE: State Police told neighbors that the death was ‘non-accidental.’