MORRIS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — State police are releasing more details about the shooting death of a man in Washington County.

James Durbin, 43, was found dead inside his home in the 200-block of Elwood Day Road in Morris Township, about 40 miles south of Pittsburgh.

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Investigators believe Durbin died early in the morning after suffering a single gunshot wound to the head. State police tell KDKA-TV Durbin’s son found his body in the afternoon.

A weapon was not found at the scene which is why authorities determined it was not a suicide.

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“At this time we don’t have what we would call what would be the murder weapon,” State Police Trooper Joseph Christy said. “We are looking at several weapons that were inside the residence. However, at this time we don’t have one in particular we’d say, ‘Yes, this is it.’”

State police say Durbin’s wife was the last one to see him before he died.

No arrests have been made in the case.

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