PORTLAND — Portland police say they are awaiting the results of an autopsy before drawing any conclusions about what may have caused the deaths of two women whose bodies were found inside an apartment at Longfellow Commons, a senior housing complex at 206 State St.

Lt. Gary Rogers said the bodies of the women, who were both 61-years-old, were discovered Monday. Their names are being withheld.

There does not appear to be anything suspicious about their deaths, Rogers added.

The state Medical Examiner’s Office is scheduled to conduct autopsies on the women on Wednesday, a process Rogers hopes will shed some light on what may have happened to them.