CASTLETON, Vt. –
Sixty-six-year-old sculptor Patrick Farrow was found late Monday by police responding to an emergency call from the Farrow Gallery in Castleton, a small town near the New York border. A woman there had called asking for help.
An autopsy is planned to determine the cause of Farrow's death. Police says they won't release additional information until it's complete.
Vermont State Police Lt. Timothy Oliver called the death suspicious in a written statement Tuesday. He won't say why. He hasn't returned a telephone call seeking details.
The Farrow Gallery is described on its Web site as selling jewelry and mixed-media works of art. It's owned and operated by Farrow and his wife, artist Susan Farrow.