FRANKLIN LAKES — The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Workplace Main Crimes Unit and the borough’s police division had been on the scene at 552 Haddon Place early on Sunday morning to research a murder.

Shortly after 7:30 a.m. native police responded to the house and located the “sufferer deceased,” in keeping with info launched by Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella.

Yellow police tape blocked entry to the street on Sunday morning as crews investigated.

Police and mobile crime scene unit outside a Haddon Place, Franklin Lakes home on Sunday morning on a report of a homicide. Police tape blocked the area of the block where emergency vehicles were set up.

Police and cell crime scene unit exterior a Haddon Place, Franklin Lakes house on Sunday morning on a report of a murder. Police tape blocked the world of the block the place emergency autos had been arrange.

The decedent’s identify is at the moment being withheld pending notification of subsequent of kin, reads the prosecutor’s announcement.

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The investigation is being performed by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Workplace below the path of Chief Jason Love and the Franklin Lakes Police Division below the path of Officer in Cost Capt. Mark McCombs.

No different info is offered at the moment.

Calls and emails to the borough police weren’t returned.

This text initially appeared on Sunday morning homicide in Franklin Lakes confirmed

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