Medical examiner: No signs of homicide in Duluth man's death

by: Kerry Kavanaugh Updated:

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GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. —

There are new developments in the death of a 57-year-old Duluth man.

Channel 2 Action News obtained a copy of the Gwinnett Medical Examiner's report, which says there are no signs of a homicide in the death of Donald Singer.

Singer's family found him dead inside his garage on Monteath Pass in late March. Police said Singer was under a blanket and a ladder. The medical examiner believes someone altered the scene around Singer after he died.

The ME's Office ruled his death undetermined.

Duluth police said they are still treating the case as a homicide investigation.

Meanwhile, police are still looking for 52-year-old Robert Sandman. New Mexico authorities mistakenly released Sandman from jail two months ago.

Duluth police discovered the mix-up last week.