- Associated Press - Thursday, February 4, 2016

EXETER, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Island State Police say the deaths of two women found in their Exeter home do not appear to be suspicious.

Police on Thursday say both 85-year-old Wilma Reynolds and 64-year-old Carol Lydick were suffering from several health problems when they died. They did not release further information on how the two died, but said the air quality was tested and found to be safe.

A man called police Wednesday to say he found his mother and stepsister dead.

Police say the man’s mother, Reynolds, was found in her bedroom in the house’s top floor. His stepsister, Lydick, was in her own bedroom on the bottom floor.

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