DENVER - Denver Police Friday said two men found dead on Thursday had apparent gunshot wounds.
"The deaths are being investigated as a homicide and appear to be an isolated case," Denver Police said.
Officers were called to 1969 Trenton Street at 3 p.m. Thursday on a report of a burglary.
"Upon arrival, officers did enter the residence and discovered two bodies," said Technician Raquel Lopez, of the Denver Police Department.
Investigators have not said how long the victims were dead.
On Friday, the Denver Medical Examiner's Office identified one of the victims as Alexander Tower, 37.
No one has been arrested and police did not release any information about potential suspects.
The person who found the bodies told police the house appeared to have been ransacked.
One neighbor told 7NEWS she saw her neighbor walk his dog each day, but had not seen him in the last week.
That same neighbor told 7NEWS the resident was growing marijuana.