A man suspected of killing a New Hampshire Police Chief who was only days away from retirement and wounding four other officers, has been found dead.
FOX News Radio's Courtney Kealy reports:
The suspect Cullen Mutrie and a woman were found dead in what apparently is either a murder-suicide or a double suicide.
Michael Delaney, the Attorney General of New Hampshire saying both had died of gunshot wounds after the shootout during a drug raid.
(Delaney) "I can tell you at this time, is that the Attorney General's drug taskforce was executing a warrant several members were there, we were in the community of Greenland, and the Police Chief was involved in assisting the exection of that warrant."
Police Chief Michael Maloney was killed eight days before retirement. The other four police officers are all expected to survive their injuries.
Courtney Kealy, FOX News Radio.
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