A full-scale investigation is sparked when a dead 75-year-old is discovered in a chair in a NYC apartment

A full-scale investigation has been launched as a precaution following the discovery of a 75-year-old man dead in a chair in a Brooklyn apartment where biohazard labels, schematics, and other potentially alarming drawings were also discovered, according to law enforcement sources with direct knowledge of the case and NYPD officials on Thursday.

Just before noon, police conducted a wellness check at a second-floor residence on Cypress Hills’ 101st Avenue. Once they were inside, Wednesday noticed the deceased man sitting in the chair. At the scene, he was identified as deceased.

An autopsy will be performed by the medical examiner’s office to ascertain the man’s cause of death. Although his name has not been made public, it is unclear if they are aware of who he was.

A senior law enforcement officer stated that certain sealed jars still needed to be investigated as of 1 a.m. on Thursday, despite the fact that tests for radiation and dangerous chemicals came back negative overnight.

Although officials emphasise that the examination is in its early stages, initially there were no obvious dangerous items discovered. Throughout the evening and nights, there was a sizable law enforcement presence present at the scene.

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