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Green Bay man's death is ruled homicide

Published On: May 18 2013 03:53:19 PM CDT

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GREEN BAY, Wis. -

Green Bay police have ruled the death of a 49-year-old man a homicide.

The department announced last week it was investigating a suspicious death at Daniel Kuehl's residence.

Detective Capt. Todd Thomas told the Green Bay Press-Gazette the slaying likely occurred within a week of Kuehl's body being found.

Police didn't release many other details, including how Kuehl died. But they said officers were on the scene for three days collecting a large amount of evidence that is now being tested at the State Crime Lab.

In a statement, police said Kuehl was described as a kind man who was private. Police asked anyone who has been in his apartment in the last few months to contact them.

No arrests have been made.

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