Authorities say the bodies of four adults have been found inside a Rochester, New York, home after a late-night fire was reported at the residence.

Fire officials say they were called to the three-story, two-family home on Leighton Avenue just before midnight Sunday. Officials say firefighters found the bodies of four people — two men and two women — while battling the blaze.

The Democrat and Chronicle of Rochester reports (on.rocne.ws/1ndw3fZ) that several homicide investigators and Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley were at the scene Monday.

The fire has been deemed suspicious, but officials haven't released any details of what may have caused the fire or what killed the four victims, who haven't been identified.