LANCASTER, Pa. — Authorities say the bodies of two males have been found in a Pennsylvania home.

Officials in Lancaster County said police responded shortly before 1:30 p.m. Wednesday to a West Hempfield Township home after a probation and parole officer found the bodies.

Township police chief Mark Pugliese said a probation and parole officer had found the bodies “in a level of decomposition” and had apparently been there for some time.

The names and ages of the deceased and the circumstances of their deaths weren’t immediately available.

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