GUILDERLAND, New York (AP) -- Four people have been found slain at an upstate New York home.
Police in the Albany suburb of Guilderland tell local media outlets the people were killed, but they haven't released any other details or said if they're seeking a suspect.
Police Capt. Curtis Cox tells WRGB-TV they don't have "any reason to believe that anybody would be in danger."
The house is on a busy commuting route. The initial call to police about the house was at about 2 p.m. Wednesday.
No information has been released about the ages or genders of the victims or how they were killed. State police say they need Chinese-speaking interpreters for interviews with potential witnesses.
Investigators have gone to court for a warrant to search the house.