DEDHAM (CBS) — The results of two autopsies have been released two days after a man with specials needs and his caregiver were found dead in different hotels, in different towns.

According to the medical examiner, 71-year-old Mary MacKinnon died of suicide. She was found in a hotel room at a Holiday Inn in Norwood. The apparent cause of death was asphyxia.

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MacKinnon was a caregiver to 41-year-old Jeffrey Goldstein for many years at the Venture Community Services group home in Dedham.

Holiday Inn in Dedham (WBZ-TV)

Goldstein was found dead in a Dedham Holiday Inn hotel room. He had no signs of trauma. The medical examiner said the cause and manner of death are pending a toxicology test.

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The two were last seen on Monday morning together as they left in a Venture van to bring Goldstein to an appointment. That van was found outside the Dedham Holiday Inn.

Venture Community Services in Dedham (WBZ-TV)

The Venture Care facility released a statement which says in part, “This is an extraordinarily tragic situation and we are doing everything possible to support family members.”

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The group home says there were no known issues between Goldstein and MacKinnon. Venture Care says all employees undergo background checks.