Women killed man in Henrico murder-suicide, Crime Insider sources say

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HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- A death investigation is underway after two bodies with obvious signs of trauma were found inside a home in Henrico's West End Thursday afternoon.

Police have classified the death as "suspicious," and said they are not looking for a suspect at this time.

The deaths appeared to be the result of a murder-suicide, Crime Insider sources told CBS 6 reporter Jon Burkett. Those sources said it appeared a woman killed a 62-year-old man, before killing herself. Henrico Police have not yet confirmed that Crime Insider information.

Friends of the victim confirmed a 62-year-old man and woman in her 30’s were found dead in the home.

Those friends said the woman did not live at the home, but was friends with the 62-year-old man.

They called their relationship “tumultuous.”

Police have not yet released the identity of the man and woman.

The bodies were found at a home located along the 5400 block of Westbourne Drive, near Libbie Avenue and West Broad Street.

Police said someone who was visiting a resident of the home discovered the bodies and called police around 2:50 p.m.

When officers arrived, they discovered two bodies with obvious signs of trauma.

While police are not looking for any suspects, one neighbor said that news doesn’t ease her mind.

“Still concerned, because that meant that something in that house transpired that did not work out for two people,” said Davora Hudson. “So, even though we might not be looking for a killer that’s on the loose, I’m still upset that it happened.

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