Upper Darby police investigating carbon monoxide deaths as homicides

    Police in Upper Darby are investigating two carbon monoxide-related deaths. The case is being treated as a homicide.

    The Delaware County Times reports two middle-aged men were discovered this morning in the apartment above a grocery story on West Chester Pike. A generator being used without ventilation in the store, causing the carbon monoxide build up.

    More details will be released following a press conference with Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood.

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