CLEVELAND (AP) — Authorities have identified the two bodies found in an east side Cleveland neighborhood.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's office on Tuesday said the remains as those of 54-year-old Earl Norman and 39-year-old Monica Curry, both of Cleveland.
Police suspect the case is a double homicide.
The medical examiner has not determined the cause and manner of death of Norman and Curry.
Multiple media outlets have reported that a postal worker on Monday spotted one of the bodies outside the apartment building just east of downtown Cleveland. Officers called to the scene found the other one inside. Police reportedly used sheets to shield the investigation area from view.