Tragedy as a wheelchair-bound man, 63, dies in & suspicious circumstances & # 39; in his house – as wife, 41 and man 43, are arrested on the scene
- Husband, 43 and wife, 41 arrested after a man, 63, was found dead in his home
- The deceased was found with injuries to his body in his home in Adelaide
- The cause of the man's death still has to be determined by forensic investigators
- The police say that the three people knew each other and that it was not a random incident
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
Two people were arrested after a man was found dead in his home.
Emergency services were called to a home in Nathan Court at Morphett Vale in southern Adelaide, just after 9 am on Saturday to check the resident's well-being.
The police established a man, 63, who had died in his home under what the South Australian Police & # 39; suspicious circumstances & # 39; called.
Detectives arrested a Morphett Vale woman, 41, on the spot.
The police remain at the place where a man was found dead in his home in Morphett Vale
A man, 43, was arrested a short time later in his home in the nearby suburb of Christie Downs.
The pair is expected to be recharged later on Saturday.
The police do not believe it was a random incident.
Superintendent Yvette Clark said that the three people knew each other but the police still have to decide what the relationship is between them.
& # 39; It seems to be a targeted problem & # 39 ;, she told reporters.
& # 39; We are talking to family members and friends at an early stage. We do not believe that there is even more danger to members of the public and we will continue to investigate and continue with the issue from there. & # 39;
The cause of the man's death remains to be determined, which will be examined by pathologists.
A man and a woman have been arrested by the police and are expected to be charged
"It is too early to tell, but he had some injuries to his body", said Clark inspector to reporters.
& # 39; We'll know more if the research continues. & # 39;
She was unable to give more details about the man's injuries or to say whether a weapon was involved.
Nathan Court remains closed while scouts of crime scenes are on the spot.
A car at the house is confiscated and taken away for forensic testing, 9 News reported.
We do not believe there is any more danger to members of the public and we will continue to investigate and continue with the case from there, & # 39; Chief Inspector Yvette Clark said.
A neighbor in the quiet street in the suburb told the Adelaide advertiser that the victim had recently become wheelchair-bound.
He held himself & # 39 ;, Mandi McGlynn told the publication.
& # 39; This was a big shock. I have never seen anything like it. & # 39;
Chief Inspector Clark urged everyone in the area that saw or heard anything on Friday or in the early hours, contacting Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
Nathan Court remains closed while the police investigate the cause of the man's death
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