Authorities in Pennsylvania reportedly investigate the "suspicious" death of former HRF General McMaster's father.
The Philadelphia Police Department confirmed Fox 29 that they are investigating the incident surrounding the death of HR McMaster, Sr.
His death on April 13, WPVI reported, was classified by the authorities as "suspicious." The Attorney General's Office in Philadelphia and the Attorney General's Office in Pennsylvania are also reported to be involved in the investigation.
McMaster senior was after a stroke in the Cathedral Village in Roxborough
It was there, WPVI reported, that he was reportedly badly treated and eventually died after he allegedly fell, hit himself on the head and then sat on a chair. The police raided Cathedral Village on Tuesday after receiving a warrant, WPVI said.
James Garrow, a spokesman for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, told Fox News that an autopsy by McMaster Sr. determined the cause of dull shock head trauma and the manner was listed as accidental.
WPVI reported that the facility's employees informed McMaster's family about alleged incorrect records relating to the 84-year-old's death.
"Once we became aware of the alleged incident, we started an internal investigation and contacted the relevant authorities," said Cathedral Village in a statement to Fox News.
"We want to assure you that the safety and well-being of every resident of the Cathedral Village remains our top priority and we will continue to do our utmost to ensure their wellbeing," it said. "It would be inappropriate to comment further until the investigation is complete."
Law enforcement did not immediately respond to Fox News request for comment.
Late last month, President Trump announced that he would replace McMaster as a national security advisor to former UN ambassador John Bolton.