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Police recently discovered the mummified bodies of two men, identical twins, who had been missing since 2011 - sitting in recliners inside their Chattanooga, Tenn., home.

An autopsy of the bodies identified the pair as Andrew Johnson and Anthony Johnson. They were in their early 60s, according to WBIR-TV.

There were no signs of foul play, according to authorities, WBIR reports. Police say they believe the twins died in 2011 based on the condition of their bodies and items found at the scene, including a receipt.

According to authorities, the cause of death has not yet been determined. They are still waiting for results from toxicology reports.

Police first went to the home in 2011 and said they thought the house looked vacant. They said that they had not been contacted about any odor coming from the house nor received reports of suspicious activity in the years since, according to WBIR.

Authorities said they followed departmental policy in not entering the home again.

Approximately three years after the brothers went missing, police finally went into the home on Saturday after family members contacted them again and provided a key.

Authorities say both men were diabetic and led a "hermit lifestyle."

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