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TRINITY, N.C. — Randolph County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating after a woman was found stabbed to death in her Trinity home early Tuesday morning.

Deputies say neighbors called 911 after they found the woman’s body just after 2 a.m. inside a mobile home at 964 Loflin Hill Road, Lot 24.

The woman has been identified as Tammy Sellers Holland of the same residence where she reportedly lived alone.

The  neighbors say they went to check on Holland Monday after noticing her car was still in the driveway when she normally would be at work.

There was no response.

When the neighbors later returned to the house, a dog appeared at the window which caused the curtain to move. The neighbors spotted Holland’s legs and called 911.

Officials say Holland died as a result of stab wounds.

Deputies say there is a person of interest they want to interview, but have not made any arrests.

The Winston-Salem Journal reported that the sheriff’s office has received calls from the address which are relevant to the investigation. Details of the nature of those calls were not released.

This investigation is ongoing and anyone with any information is asked to contact the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office at 336-318-6699 or Randolph County Crime Stoppers at 336-672-7463.