PARADISE VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) -- Paradise Valley police say the killing of a resident has been confirmed as a stabbing and that they have several leads in the case. However, police say they're not prepared to identify a suspect at this time.
Police say they're asking for information that the public might have related to the April 29 killing of 68-year-old Michael Gilman at his luxury home. They also say they want to hear from anyone who knew Gilman.
Authorities had said previously that an autopsy showed Gilman likely was stabbed to death.
Police say a personal assistant called 911 after finding Gilman's body in his home.
According to police, Gilman was only person who lived at the home near 54th Street and Lincoln Drive.
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