Niagara Gazette — "The police had to jimmy the back door's locks in order to get inside," Rogge said.
Szukala did say, however, that an autopsy is scheduled for this morning. It's still not clear how long Weber was dead in the home before police found her, and Szukala wouldn't comment on how far back Weber's unopened mail went.
"After the autopsy, we should be able to give more details on cause and how long she was there," he said, adding, "We are suspecting homicide."
Although Szukala would not release many details from the crime scene, he did say the body appeared "very unnatural."
Detectives are continuing their work to determine who may have had motivations to kill Weber. The case is their first homicide investigation in nearly a decade, according to Szukala.
Rogge, who has lived next to Weber for more than two years, also provided a few personal details about the victim, and said Weber recently got a new job.
"She was quiet and nice, and kept to herself," Rogge said.