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KAYSVILLE, Utah (AP) — Authorities have identified a husband and wife who were found dead over the weekend in their Kaysville home.

Police say 72-year-old Jeffery Wayman was found in the living room early Sunday morning and his 68-year-old wife Judith Wayman was discovered in the bathroom.

Authorities responded after a newspaper delivery person reported many uncollected newspapers outside and lights on inside the home.

Police say there were no obvious signs of foul play, and health issues may have been a contributing factor in their deaths. The bodies were taken to the State Medical Examiner's Office to determine exact causes of death.

Fire officials checked for carbon monoxide to ensure the home was safe to enter, but found no signs of it.

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