Homicide investigation in Hinsdale after 50-year-old woman found dead

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HINSDALE, Ill -- Police say they have several leads after a woman was found dead in her home in Hinsdale.

A relative found Andrea Urban, 50, unresponsive Thursday afternoon. So far, no arrests have been made.

Urban was a single mother of two children, including a son in high school.

Police are not saying how she died, but they are calling it a homicide.

At a news conference, Hinsdale Police Chief Kevin Simpson did not not say if there were signs of a struggle or forced entry in Urban's house.

Police are looking at Urban's phone and computer for possible clues.

Police say the community is not at risk.

"There's nothing at this point in this investigation that leads us to think that this was a random act," Simpson said.

Urban was an actor who landed small TV roles in shows such as "Chicago P.D." and "Chicago Fire." She was also battling leukemia.

The local school superintendent sent a letter to parents to encourage their cooperation:

"Please note that they are asking community members to come forward with any information that may be useful in the ongoing investigation: "If anyone saw any suspicious activity in the area of 745 Town Place, please call the Hinsdale Police Department at 630.789.7070."

Social workers are also being made available for students and staff.

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