Man, 52, killed at home north of Lynnwood, detectives say

A friend found his body around 1 p.m. Monday, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

LYNNWOOD — A man died in an apparent homicide at a home north of Lynnwood, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

A friend hadn’t heard from the man for a while and went to check on him just before 1 p.m. Monday, sheriff’s spokeswoman Courtney O’Keefe said.

The man, 52, lived at the home by himself in the 15300 block of Highway 99.

The sheriff’s office hasn’t released details about how the man died, or if a weapon was used.

Major Crimes detectives responded to the scene.

“They are now treating the death as a homicide,” O’Keefe said Monday evening.

No suspects have been publicly identified.

The deceased man’s name hasn’t been released.

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