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2 bodies found in apartment on Detroit's west side

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Police on the scene at the apartment building Monday night. Police on the scene at the apartment building Monday night.
DETROIT (WJBK) -

The bodies of two women were found in an apartment on Detroit's west side Monday evening.

Detroit police say a caretaker for their landlord came to check on them because the rent had not been paid. They caretaker discovered a woman dead in a chair and called 911.

When police arrived they found a second woman's body on the floor inside the same apartment unit.

Circumstances on how the women died are not clear at this time.

The apartment building is on the 15,000 block of Linwood, near Fenkell Street.

Stay with FOX 2 News for updates on this developing story.

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