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December 15, 2015 01:00 PM

Little is known about the death of a 53-year-old physician who serves as the mayor of a small Georgia town, but police say they’re continuing their probe into the shooting that killed him.

In a statement provided to PEOPLE on Tuesday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation confirms that Clarkesville’s top official succumbed from a gunshot wound soon after being flown to the Atlanta Medical Center for treatment.

Officers were called to Mayor Terry Greene’s home at around 7 p.m. Sunday evening.

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The statement claims the shooting stemmed from a “domestic disturbance at the residence between Mayor Greene and his wife Anne Greene.”

The statement claims Anne suffered no injuries during Sunday’s incident.

Police are refusing to comment on how the mayor of the town of 1,300 sustained his gunshot wound or who pulled the trigger Sunday.

An autopsy was scheduled for Tuesday with the results to be released either later today or tomorrow.

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