According to police, the person who delivered newspapers at the home on 220 South Christine Way (400 West) reported that several papers had piled up on the home's front porch.
According to a press release from Kaysville Police Lt, Kenton Pies, officers responded and performed a welfare check at the home just after 2:00 a.m. Sunday.
When they arrived, Pies said officers could see the lights on inside the home, as well as an individual who did not respond when the officers knocked and called out.
Without a response, Pies said officers made a forced entry into the home, where they discovered the bodies of a man and woman.
They were later identified as 72-year-old Jeffery Wayman and his 68-year-old wife Judith Wayman.
Pies said due to the possibility of carbon monoxide poisoning, precautions were made to ensure the safety of officers on the scene, although no sign of carbon monoxide poisoning was discovered in the home.
Neighbors who spoke to the Clipper said the Wayans were "quiet" and kept to themselves.
Pies said the bodies were transported to the state medical examiner's office for an autopsy, although no foul play was suspected.
Pies did not speculate on the cause or times of death, while awaiting the medical examiner's report.
Pies later reported that the medical examiner's preliminary report confirmed that there was no sign of any trauma or or suspicious injuries to the victims.
Lt. Pies said health issues may have been a contributing factor in the Wayman's deaths and that investigators hoped toxicology results would provide more information.