(Scroll down for video) A woman was found bound and burned to death inside a Pennsylvania home, according to a statement made by the Philadelphia Police Department.
A Philadelphia Medical Examiner is conducting an autopsy on the woman whose body was found bound and burned inside her house in downtown Philadelphia.
Firefighters responded to the home on Monday afternoon, and found the woman's body on fire, with her ankles and wrists bound. Police said there were no signs of forced entry or anything taken from the house.
Officer Christine O'Brien, who is a police department spokesperson, said that the victim has been identified as 35-year-old Melissa Ketunuti.
Jeff Moran, who is a spokesperson for the coroner's office of the city, said that the autopsy was being conducted on Tuesday.
The cause of death has not been determined.
Neighbors said that Ketunuti was a doctor. Authorities said that the body was discovered by the woman’s dog walker and that her face and upper body were so badly burned that she was unrecognizable.
Police are continuing their investigation.