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David Pichosky, 71, and Rochelle Wise, 66, were found dead in their Florida home on Jan. 10. (CBC)

Police in Florida say they'll be holding a news conference Wednesday to update the investigation into the slaying of a Canadian couple.

Hallandale Beach police say they'll be able to discuss important updates in the deaths of Toronto couple Rochelle Wise, 66, and her husband, 71-year-old David Pichosky.

The bodies of Wise, a popular former day camp director and educator, and Pichosky were found on Jan. 10 in their winter home in Hallandale Beach.

Wise and Pichosky were scheduled to meet neighbours for lunch, and when they did not hear from the couple, the concerned neighbours used a spare key to check the home and found the couple inside.

Police have not released the cause of death.

Last month, police released video from a neighbour's surveillance camera hoping to identify a woman seen walking to the rear of the couple's home on Jan. 9.