Bodies Found After White Plains YMCA Fire Probed as Murder-Suicide

The bodies were found after firefighters doused a blaze at the building early Saturday

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    Investigators are working to determine how a security guard and another man died at a White Plains YMCA, where their bodies were found amid a fire early Saturday.

    The Westchester County Medical Examiner's Office performed autopsies Sunday, but the results weren't immediately disclosed, according to The Journal News.

    The deaths of night watchman Michael Solomon and a man known as "Eddie" are being investigated as a murder-suicide. But White Plains Police Chief James Bradley notes that it will be up to the medical examiner to make the official rulings.

    The bodies were found after firefighters responded to the blaze around 4 a.m. Saturday at the YMCA in White Plains.

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