An autopsy is underway on a body discovered in a Southern Kentucky home.
The victim, whose name has not yet been released, was found dead Thursday at her home on Whitis Lane in Pulaski County.
So far, police are only calling this a death investigation.
Neighbors tell 27 NEWSFIRST they saw a lot of activity at the home from police and some ambulances yesterday.
Neighbors say they don't know much about the people who live at the home, other than they are two women, one possibly older than the other.
Troy Ard lives nearby. He says police have even labeled him a person of interest.
"They said anybody who lives around here would be a person of interest," Ard said. "That kind of makes you uncomfortable."
Those living in the area say there hasn't been a lot of crime there, other than some teenage vandalism.
Police say they are not releasing the victim's identity right now because they're still in the process of notifying relatives.
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