WARNER ROBINS, Ga. — Two bodies were found in a home in Warner Robins on Thursday, according to Houston County Coroner James Williams.
The Warner Robins Police Department went to the 300 block of Orchard Way around 3 p.m. for a welfare check and found them dead inside.
Williams identified them as a mother and daughter. 78-year-old Elsie Coates and 60-year-old Annette Coates lived together in the home on Orchard Way.
Police Chief John Wagner said the manner of death is undetermined.
Williams said the bodies had been there for a while. Their bodies were sent to the GBI for autopsies to determine the cause of death but the results were not back at this time.
An investigator on the scene says that there are no signs of foul play and that neighbors do not need to be worried.