DOVER, N.H. (AP) — Autopsies did not immediately show what caused the deaths of two young roommates found dead in separate locations in New Hampshire.

Police in the two small cities — Dover and Rochester — say 20-year-old Whitney Lizotte died Tuesday afternoon in Dover, soon after being taken to a hospital from a home there. About five hours later, paramedics in Rochester got an emergency call to go Lizotte’s apartment. Police Lt. Anthony Triano says they found her roommate — 22-year-old Brandy Sewall — dead inside.

Police say they are awaiting toxicology results for both autopsies, which could take weeks.

Hargustin “Harry” Soekarsono (so-CAR-suh-no) lived next door to the Rochester apartment, where he says people came and went frequently.

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