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No indications of foul play in Niskayuna unattended death, police say

No indications of foul play in Niskayuna unattended death, police say

No indications of foul play in Niskayuna unattended death, police say
Police at 959 St. David's Lane Sunday afternoon
Photographer: PETER R. BARBER/GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER

NISKAYUNA - The investigation into a woman's unattended death over the weekend has led to no indications of suspicious activity or foul play, police said Monday.

Police also identified the woman who died as 45-year-old Elizabeth Valerio.

Police were called to the residence at 959 St. David's Lane just before 5 p.m. Saturday by a friend of Valerio, who hadn't heard from Valerio in several days and was concerned about her welfare, police said.

Police arrived and, after getting no answer at the door, entered the residence and found Valerio dead, police said.

Due to the unattended nature of her death, police remained on scene and kept it secure until an autopsy could be completed, police said.

The autopsy was completed Monday. No official cause of death has been determined. Toxicology tests have yet to be completed.

With the conclusion of the autopsy and no indication of foul play, police have released the scene, police said.

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