STAMFORD — New York State police continue to say that their investigation into the untimely death of Stamford real estate attorney Matthew Klein has not turned up any evidence of foul play.

Senior Investigator Matthew Manza said he was unsure when the investigation into the 62-year-old Stamford attorney’s death would wrap up.

“We are making sure we do a thorough investigation,” he said Tuesday afternoon. Manza said nothing at this point has come to investigators attention to make them think anything criminal happened to Klein.

His body was discovered on Saturday shortly after 7 p.m. in the driveway of a Pound Ridge, N.Y. home, less than four miles from Klein’s home.

Asked whether Klein’s car was in the driveway of the home or he had driven to the Pound Ridge address, Manza cut off the line of questioning.

“I won’t comment on anything not in the press release,” he said.

Sources with knowledge of the investigation told The Advocate on Tuesday that Klein’s body showed some signs of injury when it was found, but it wad unclear whether those injuries had anything to do with his death.

A press release says the cause and manner of his death will be determined by the autopsy.

Klein was a longtime real estate attorney in Stamford, having worked for several firms through the years. He was married to Dr. Debra Adler-Klein, a noted infectious disease specialist in residency at Stamford Hospital and the two lived in North Stamford.

Klein was most recently working for Benanti & Associates on Bedford Street in Stamford. For the past year Klein served as a member of Temple Beth El’s Board of Trustees.

State police are asking anyone with information to call investigators at 914-769-2600.