OCEANSIDE (CBS 8) - Oceanside police found a 47-year-old female deceased in her home Friday night.
It happened in the 1400 block of Marquette Street in Oceanside at 11:40 p.m.
Police responded to the home to check on her welfare when they made the discovery.
A friend of the woman had requested police check on her welfare since she had not been heard from in the past few days. There was no answer at the door. Police gained entry through the assistance of the property owner.
Police discovered the deceased woman with signs of trauma to her body.
There were no signs of forced entry or indication that a robbery had occurred. According to police, the incident is being treated as a homicide.
Police have not established a motive and there are no suspects at this time.
The woman's name will not be released until the next of kin is notified.
Police are asking for any assistance from the public to call Detective Doug Baxter at (760) 435-4027 or Sgt. Matt Christensen at (760) 435-4639.
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