SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say the decomposed bodies of two women were found on Sunday in a motel room.
The San Jose Mercury News reports that the bodies were found in a room at the EZ-8 Motel on the city's north side during a well-being check by staff.
Authorities and witnesses said the women's bodies were found about a week after they checked in to the motel.
Police say there are no immediate signs of foul play in the deaths.
San Jose police Sgt. John Carr says it is not clear how long the women had been there, but the odor and level of decomposition suggested several days.
Carr says there is no sign that the women were reported missing before their bodies were found.
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