Police find badly decomposed bodies of an elderly man and woman

Police find badly decomposed bodies of an elderly man and woman in the home of former Rhode Island mayor Susan Menard who served for 14 years

  • The bodies were found in the former mayor’s home badly decomposed 
  • Police have said there is currently no evidence of foul play in the case 
  • It has not been confirmed if Susan Menard’s body was one of the two found  

Police found the badly decomposed bodies of an elderly man and woman in the home of former Rhode Island mayor Susan Menard who served for 14 years.

Officers in the city of Woonsocket made the grim discovery, according to WJAR.

It has not yet been confirmed if the ex-mayor’s body was one of the two found in the house. 

A medical examiner is investigating the badly decomposed bodies.

Police have said that at this stage there is no sign of foul play.

Officers in the city of Woonsocket made the grim discovery, according to WJAR. Reports have not yet confirmed if the ex-mayor's body was one of the two found in the house. Pictured: Susan Menard

Officers in the city of Woonsocket made the grim discovery, according to WJAR. Reports have not yet confirmed if the ex-mayor’s body was one of the two found in the house. Pictured: Susan Menard 

Officers have released no other information about the bodies or how long they had been there. 

Susan began her stint as mayor in 1995 and was in office until 2009.

Her time as the city’s mayor is said to be the longest in Woonsocket’s history.

The city of Woonsocket is less than 20 miles from Providence and has more than 40,000 residents.  

Officers have released no other information about the bodies or how long they had been there. Pictured: The scene

Officers have released no other information about the bodies or how long they had been there. Pictured: The scene 

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