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UPDATED: 2 males found dead at Ardenlee home in north PTC

UPDATED 1:45 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 8 — Peachtree City Police are investigating the deaths of two unidentified males whose unresponsive bodies were found in a home Tuesday morning.

Causes of the deaths are undetermined at this time, but police with a search warrant were at the residence in Ardenlee subdivision in north Peachtree City and were searching

the home as of 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to Department spokeswoman Capt. Rosanna Dove.

Peachtree City police and fire units converged on 246 Clifton Lane at approximately 9:50 a.m. this Tuesday morning. Two males were then transported to Piedmont Fayette Hospital. The two are now officially listed as deceased, Capt. Dove said.

According to county property records, the property is owned by Timothy and Andrea J. Ruberg. A woman, age 24, from that address was listed on a Fayetteville arrest report Aug. 2 for DUI.

Dove said units arrived at the residence and soon began working on the two males who were both in cardiac arrest. Dove said the men were subsequently transported to Piedmont Fayette Hospital.

An investigation is currently underway to determine the circumstances behind the two men being found in a condition requiring police and medical response teams, Dove said.

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