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The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office said the bodies of a mother and son were found at a home on Friday afternoon in Salisbury. (Image: WSOC-TV)

ROWAN COUNTY, N.C. — The bodies of a mother and son were found at a Salisbury home on Friday afternoon, according to Rowan County officials.

Deputies said the unidentified victims were found by a salesman who went to a house on St. Paul’s Church Road to sell meat.

He found the body of a 95-year-old woman living there on the ground outside behind the house and called 911, according to authorities.

Investigators also found another body near the first one. Officials said it was the female victim’s 63-year-old son.

Authorities said there was no apparent cause of death on either body. Both bodies will be sent to the North Carolina Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy, according to officials.

Investigators have not released the victims’ names. Few other details were released.