Man and woman who died in apparent Alhambra murder-suicide identified

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ALHAMBRA (CNS) - A man found dead inside an Alhambra home from an apparent murder-suicide was publicly identified Monday.

David Yeh was 56 years old, according to the coroner's office, which Sunday identified the woman as Susie Lee Yeh, also 56. Autopsies were scheduled for both.

Police detectives responded to the 900 block of North Almansor Street, south of Huntington Drive and east of North Atlantic Boulevard, around 4:30 p.m. Thursday after a resident requested a welfare check at a house because the occupants had been unreachable for several days, according to Alhambra Police Sgt. Micheal Montano.

The detectives found the bodies of David Yeh and Susie Lee Yeh. The back door was unlocked and there were no signs of forced entry, Montano said.

Law enforcement agencies worked collaboratively to investigate what appeared to be a murder-suicide, with preliminary evidence suggesting he killed her, then himself. However, police did not provide information about a possible cause of death, nor disclose whether a weapon was located at the scene. It was not immediately disclosed whether the two were married.

Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact the Alhambra Police Department's Investigation Bureau at 626-570-5157.

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