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Police ID Man, Woman Found Dead In Revel Guestroom

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -

Police say they're awaiting a toxicology report before they can rule on the manner of death for two people found over the weekend in a Revel Casino Resort guestroom.

The deceased were identified Tuesday by police as Vincent A. Iappelli Jr., 56, of Ringwood, and Clarissa I. DelCollo, 22, of Hasbrook Heights, both towns in New Jersey.

They had checked into the hotel Thursday and were due to check out on Sunday, which is when a housekeeper found them dead in the room at 1:40 p.m.

According to police, the Atlantic County Medical Examiner's Office has concluded that neither person had any visible signs of injury or trauma. No foul play is suspected.

Police stated earlier that there was no sign of forced entry into the room.

A quantity and variety of illegal narcotics from the guestroom, police said. The next of kin have been notified, and Iappelli's vehicle was towed from Revel until his family can claim it, police said.

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