The state Medical Examiner’s Office completed autopsies Wednesday on the bodies of a married couple who were found dead in their Standish home on Tuesday.

The cause of death for Donald Cragin, 65, and Sandra Lee Cragin, 55, won’t be announced until toxicology tests are completed, which could be as long as two weeks, said Mark Belserene, office administrator.

Cumberland County sheriff’s deputies were called to the home on Shaws Mill Road on Tuesday afternoon. Investigators said the deaths were not considered suspicious and have ruled out carbon monoxide poisoning, said Steve McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety.

The bodies were discovered around noon by a relative who had gone to check on the couple, McCausland said. The case is being investigated by the sheriff’s office and Maine State Police.

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