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A southwestern Pennsylvania couple found dead in their home likely died in a murder-suicide

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NEMACOLIN, Pennsylvania — A southwestern Pennsylvania couple found dead in their home likely died in a murder-suicide.

Cumberland Township police say police aren't searching for a suspect and the Greene County coroner says the deaths of Louis and Mary Sue Drotos are being treated as a murder suicide.

The couple, who were both 67, were found recently deceased after a man called 911 about 8 a.m. Thursday and reported an unspecified emergency.

When police arrived, they had to force their way into the home and found the couple dead.

Authorities haven't specified how the couple died. Autopsies were scheduled Friday.

The couple's house is in Nemacolin, an unincorporated section of the township about 45 miles south of Pittsburgh.

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