Police identify two found dead inside Greensboro home

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GREENSBORO, N.C. --Police have identified the two people who were found dead inside a home in Greensboro on Wednesday.

According to Greensboro Police, Roberto Armando Guillen, 59, and Karla Ramirez, 28 were found dead inside a home at 10 Nealtown Way in the Nealtown Meadows community off Huffine Mill Road around 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

Police have not confirmed the relationship between Guillen and Ramirez or said how they died, though do not suspect an "unknown suspect" to be responsible for the deaths.

Authorities are awaiting the results of the autopsies to determine the cause of death.

Residents say Nealtown Way is tight-knit, quiet community and that nothing like this has ever happened before.

Crystal Graves has lived on the street for two years and was terrified by what she saw.

"I was pretty horrified when I came home and saw all of this," she said.

"They seemed like a pretty decent family. I never saw any violence or anything that would make me think something like this would take place."

Another resident, Walter Winnex, has lived on the street for 21 years.

"To come home and see this right here, this is just unreal," Winnex said.

Police continue to investigate.