According to reports, the Pennsylvania authorities are investigating the "suspicious" death of the father of former national security adviser, General HR McMaster.
The Philadelphia Police Department confirmed to Fox 29 that they are investigating the incident related to the death of HR McMaster, Sr.
His death on April 13, reported the WPVI, was considered "suspicious" by the authorities . The Philadelphia district attorney's office and the Pennsylvania attorney general's office are also included in the investigation.
Elder McMaster was in Cathedral Village in Roxborough after suffering a stroke, the establishment said.
It was there, reported WPVI, that he allegedly received minor care and eventually died after allegedly falling, banging his head and sitting on a chair. Police searched the town of Cathedral Village on Tuesday after obtaining an order, WPVI said.
James Garrow, spokesman for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, told Fox News that McMaster Sr.'s autopsy determined that the cause of death was a blunt force trauma head and the manner was listed as accidental.
WPVI reported that employees at the facility notified the McMaster family of alleged incorrect records that were filed in connection with the death of 84.
"As soon as we became aware of the alleged incident we began an internal investigation and we contacted the appropriate authorities, "Cathedral Village said in a statement to Fox News.
"We want to assure you that the safety and well-being of all Cathedral Village residents remain our top priority and we will continue to make every effort to ensure your well-being," the statement continued. "It would be inappropriate to comment more until the investigation is complete."
Law enforcement agencies did not immediately respond to the request for comments from Fox News.
Late last month, President Trump announced that he would replace McMaster as a national security adviser with the former United Nations ambassador, John Bolton.