CLAIRTON (AP) – Police say the family of a Pittsburgh-area man found him shot to death when they returned from a trip during the Christmas holiday weekend.

The Allegheny County medical examiner identified the victim as 44-year-old Michael Brown.

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County police say the Clairton man was alive when his relatives left Thursday morning, on Christmas Eve. Brown’s family returned to find him dead early Sunday afternoon.

Police say the victim had been shot several times. They have no suspects.

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He lived in the Century Townhomes community in Clairton, about 10 miles southeast of Pittsburgh.

The housing project for low-income residents was originally built by the federal government to house workers at U.S. Steel’s Clairton Coke Works in the 1940s.

Authorities announced Brown’s death on Tuesday.

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