BERLIN, Conn. (WTNH) — The Berlin Police Department continues to investigate an untimely death in the town Saturday morning.

According to officials, police began an investigation around 9 a.m. on Deming Road after officers were patrolling the area and saw someone who was distraught. Police said a woman’s adult son found his mom dead inside the home.

They were unable to immediately make a determination as to the cause of death or the circumstances leading up to the victim’s death. For hours, investigators remained on the scene to obtain a search warrant.

On Tuesday, Berlin police identified the victim as 72-year-old Siriporn Clement. Police say at this time there is no cause of death.

Police said it does not appear to be a violent act but they are awaiting more tests to be done by the State Medical Examiner’s Office, since the autopsy did not disclose cause of death.

People living nearby told News 8 they were surprised to come across the scene, as it’s a quiet neighborhood. One neighbor, Nick Longo, said the woman had lived in the home with her husband and son since the late ’70s. He said her husband has since passed but told him he met his wife years ago during the Korean war.

Longo last saw the woman three weeks ago sweeping by the road.

“It is sad because she was a nice person,” Longo said. “She was quiet, kept to herself, and occasionally you might see her walking down to the CVS or somewhere and then turn around and walk back.”

State Police Major Crimes Unit and investigators from New Britain Court also responded to the scene.

This is an active investigation.

Stay with News 8 for updates.