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Suspicious Deaths In Rotterdam
ROTTERDAM -- Two bodies were removed from a Rotterdam home on Wednesday night. Rotterdam Police haven't officially released the names of the victims taken from 1142 Inner Drive, but friends and neighbors tell CBS6 two women were living inside the home, Tammy McCormack and her daughter Jessica.
A longtime neighbor who knows the family said Tammy's husband Keith passed away from a heart attack four years ago on the day of Jessica's senior prom and said the family owned the two Lyle's Hoagies shops in Schenectady.
According to a spokesperson for the Schenectady City School District, Tammy McCormack "a human resources assistant" in that district whose absence Wednesday morning caused concern among colleagues. The spokesperson said there was a moment of silence for McCormack during Wednesday's school board meeting.
A team of at least five investigators dressed in white cover-alls spent hours inside the house. Around 3 p.m. Rotterdam Police issued a brief statement saying they had been called to that address around 10:15 a.m. Wednesday morning and were investigating "suspicious deaths."