Two bodies found at property in Sydney's south, as police investigate if incident is domestic-violence related
The bodies of a man and a woman have been found at a home in Sydney's south on Sunday.
NSW Police were called to the Union Street property in Riverwood just before 2pm, where they found the body of a man in a truck parked in the driveway.
Officers found the body of the woman after they entered the single-level home.
Footage from the scene shows the house cordoned off with police tape, as officers and detectives speak to neighbours.
Forensic specialists can also be seen indoors, with yellow evidence bags placed on the ground.  
Jack, who lives across the road, told the ABC he had never spoken to the man and woman, but the situation was very sad.
"It's very tragic, we see each other but not much talking. He's a truck driver and always came back very late," he said.
"I don't know what happened, maybe family problems."
Police say they are investigating whether the incident is domestic-violence related.
St George detectives along with State Crime Command's Homicide Squad are investigating, and urge anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers.
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