Death of woman, 76, ruled a homicide, St. Petersburg police say – Tampa Bay Times

Death of woman, 76, ruled a homicide, St. Petersburg police say - Tampa Bay Times
Foul play suspected in death of St. Pete woman, police say
   Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.By Kathryn VarnPublished YesterdayUpdated YesterdayST. PETERSBURG — The discovery of a 76-year-old womans body this past weekend has turned into a homicide investigation, St. Petersburg police announced on Monday.

Barbara Brylka was found dead Sunday in her mobile home at 10646 Poplar St. NE in the Pinewood Mobile Village near Gandy Boulevard, police said.

Then on Monday, investigators determined that Brylkas death was a homicide. No other details were released.

“We went out to the scene and we went inside her mobile home and we discovered her dead and there were suspicious circumstances at the scene that caused our officers to call in investigators,” said Yolanda Fernandez, public information officer for St. Petersburg police.

Foul play suspected in death of elderly woman in St. Pete mobile home

Anyone with information about this case is asked to call the St. Petersburg Police Department at (727) 893-7780.

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