We study subgap states induced by a single impurity in an s -wave superconductor with suppressed pairing. For concreteness, we consider a bulk superconductor containing a normal spherical region. We find that a point impurity in this system induces two Yu-Shiba-Rusinov states inside the minigap instead of one, which one would have in a homogeneous superconductor. Moreover, the subgap states appear even if the impurity is nonmagnetic. We prove that this result actually holds almost for any superconductor with a real and spatially inhomogeneous order parameter, if the quasiparticle spectrum is gapped.