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Women found dead inside apartment in Forest Hills

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Two elderly sisters were found dead inside an apartment in Queens Wednesday morning.

Police officers responded to the building at 108th Street in Forest Hills, where the super told them he entered an apartment on the 10th floor after getting complaints of a water leak. That is when the super found the bodies of Leah Roth, 88, and Ilene Roth, 79, the NYPD said.

Investigators did not find signs of trauma or forced entry, authorities said.

The city's medical examiner will work to find out how the women died, the NYPD said.

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