NEW SCOTLAND — Investigators are seeking a former acquaintance of the wife whose husband was found killed Wednesday morning in their home, according to a report released by the Times Union this afternoon.
Citing unnamed law enforcement sources, the Times Union reported that investigators are searching for a 40-year-old Virginia man as a person of interest. The unnamed person is said to have been in town at the time Philip L. Rabadi, 35, was found killed in a Miller Road home he shared with his wife, Elana Z. Radin.
Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple confirmed the incident as a homicide yesterday, but no motive has been announced at this hour. Several law enforcement agencies are tied to the investigation, including the county sheriff’s office, New York State Police and the FBI.
Police have not released much more information on the case, other than to state that they believe it was an isolated incident.
The victim and his wife were both named in the Times Union report written by investigative reporter Brendan J. Lyons. The person of interest has remained anonymous as he has not been charged with a crime. He reportedly had a previous relationship with Radin.
According to a website on Zola.com, Rabadi and Radin had married last September. They each worked as physician assistants at St. Peter’s Hospital in Albany.
This story is ongoing and will be updated as more details are shared by law enforcement.