GREENLAND, N.H. (AP) - The New Hampshire Attorney General says the body of a man suspected of killing a New Hampshire police chief and wounding four other officers during a drug raid has been found in a house along with that of an unidentified woman.
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Attorney General Michael Delaney says a police robot was placed in the house around 2 a.m. Friday and detected the bodies of suspect Cullen Mutrie and an unidentified woman. He says both died of gunshot wounds.
The five police officers who were shot in Greenland, N.H., Thursday night represented five communities in New Hampshire's Seacoast region.
- Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney, 48, was killed. He had 26 years of experience in law enforcement, including 12 as chief, and was less than two weeks away from retirement.
- Detective Gregory Turner, 32, a six-year veteran of the Dover Police Department, was treated for a gunshot wound to the shoulder and released.
- Detective Eric Kulberg, 31, a seven-year veteran of the University of New Hampshire Police Department, was treated for a gunshot wound to the arm and released.
- Detective Scott Kukesh, 33, a 10-year veteran of the Newmarket Police Department, was in intensive care early Friday, awaiting surgery for a gunshot wound to the chest.
- Detective Jeremiah Murphy, 34, a seven-year veteran of the Rochester police department, was in intensive care, after surgery for a gunshot wound to the chest.
The chairman of the town's Board of Selectman describes the shooting as "an unbelievable situation."
Jacqueline DeFreze, who lives down the road from the house where the shooting happened, says she's devastated by reports the chief had been shot. She'd planned to attend a surprise party for his retirement.
The Associated Press contributed to this story,