Man found in burning Minneapolis home died from 'complex homicidal violence'

The 60-year-old was not killed in the fire.
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Authorities have identified the man found dead after a fire in south Minneapolis earlier this week.

The body of Daniel Bradley, 60, was found following the blaze at 2633 13th Avenue South in the Phillips neighborhood just after midnight on Monday.

Police have already said that Bradley didn't die from injuries inflicted by the fire, which has been confirmed on Thursday by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office.

Bradley died as the result of "complex homicidal violence," the examiner ruled, though details of his fatal injuries weren't revealed.

No arrests have been made in Bradley's killing, nor have police released any information regarding a possible suspect.

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