‘Foul play’ ruled out after bodies found in Simcoe home: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police file image. . Don Mitchell / Global News

Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Norfolk say the discovery of two bodies inside a Simcoe home is not being investigated as a suspicious incident.

Officers say they were called out to a home on Woodhouse Street in Simcoe just after 11 a.m. on Jan. 7, 2020 to do what they call a ‘welfare check’ on people in the home.

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Upon arrival, police found the bodies of a male and a female in the home.

Investigators say a post-mortem examination was completed on Thursday and preliminary results suggest no foul play.

Police say the investigation is continuing and they are awaiting toxicology results.

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The identities of the people haven’t been released and the investigation is ongoing.

— with files from Global News Radio 980 CFPL’s Jess Brady and Jaqueline LeBel.