A woman was found dead in a Grand View Avenue home in Revere, Massaschusetts, late Saturday afternoon, and a preliminary examination revealed signs of trauma.
Police were still at the home investigating late Saturday night as detectives went door to door interviewing neighbors and looking for surveillance video.
These neighbors say the victim is a woman in her 30s.
Under a dull street light, Revere Police and Massachusetts State Police homicide detectives investigated the suspicious death of a woman, whose name is not being released pending family notifications, that is leaving lots of questions on a normally quiet street.
"I was just scared, I didn't know what was going on," said a neighbor.
Revere Police were called to the home around 4 p.m. Saturday. The District Attorney's Office says the woman's body showed signs of trauma.
"We were getting ready for church, someone saw me and said 'are you okay?'" said Adeline Mirabal-Camacho.
Neighbors say the woman appeared to be in her early 30s and lived in the home with her significant other and a young child.
They also add that the three moved there within the last year or so.
"Before I was afraid, but going to church I was actually sad, but coming out of church I found joy in the sense that I prayed, I hope that everyone is at peace," Mirabal-Camacho said.
Now, investigators are trying to piece together what happened and why, as a street not used to the flashing lights and unease that comes with a major crime bands together.
"We are together, we will be praying, we prayed. We look out for each other. That is the neighborhood we have," Mirabal-Camacho said.
The District Attorney's Office says there are no suspects or persons of interest at this time, but it does not appear to be a random act.
Police are asking anyone with information on the woman's death, or who made observations in the Grand View Avenue area on Saturday, to contact the Revere Police at 781-286-8340 or State Police at 617-727-8817.