GARLAND - Police are investigating a suspicious death of a Dover-Foxcroft man in Garland.
62 year-old Daniel Neal was found dead at a relative's home on Campbell Road in Garland.
Details are scarce at this hour, but Maine State Police say the death is being investigated as if it were suspicious.
Unconfirmed reports claim the man may have been killed by a pair of dogs.
Police could not comment but do say multiple dogs were taken from the residence.
“There were two dogs, and some puppies that will be quarantined for a period of time to be determined by Animal Welfare,” says Trooper Douglas Franklin of the Maine State Police.
Investigators could not say if the dogs were involved, and that they are waiting on autopsy results to determine a cause of death.
There is no word on when that autopsy will be completed or what breed of dog were quarantined.
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He graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington where he received his B.A. in Journalism. Clay has worked at Fox National News in New York, WTIU in Indianapolis and the Big Ten Network.
In his free time, Clay is a firefighter for the Holden Fire/Rescue Department in Holden and is an avid hockey fan.