Body found in Brentwood home
The death of a man whose body was found Friday in a Brentwood home remains under investigation by Allegheny County and borough police and the Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office.
Police who were called to the home on West Bellecrest Avenue shortly before 3 p.m. found the body in the living room, investigators said. It is believed that the man, 52, had been staying at the home in recent days. His name was being withheld pending notification of relatives.
An autopsy is planned Saturday to determine how the man died, a spokesman for the medical examiner's office said.
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