UPDATED STORY:

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Police say they believe they have identified the body of a woman whose remains were discovered in Augusta.

State police said Wednesday that the woman is likely 54-year-old Joan Hadley of Windsor.

Police say local fire and police departments responded to a call from property managers in a five-unit apartment complex in Augusta where the body was found Tuesday morning.

Police say there was no obvious signs of foul play and that she likely died in the past two weeks.

ORIGINAL STORY:

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Police in Maine say they are treating the death of a woman whose body was discovered in Maine's capital city as suspicious.

The Kennebec Journal reports city and state police began investigating the discovery of the woman's body on Tuesday. They've yet to release the identity of the woman.

Police say local fire and police departments responded to a call from property managers in a five-unit apartment complex in Augusta where the body was found Tuesday morning.

The body has been taken to the medical examiner's office for an autopsy.