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.
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.
Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney was killed Thursday evening when he and other officers entered the house during a drug raid. Two officers from other communities were shot in the chest and were in intensive care early Friday. Two others were treated and released.
Sorrow and fear are weighing heavily on residents of a small New Hampshire town where a police chief just days from retirement has been killed and four officers from other departments have been injured after a man opened fire on them during a drug bust.
Police say the suspect remained holed up Friday in a house in Greenland, a town of 3,500 that had just seven police officers including Chief Michael Maloney, 48, who was due to retire in less than two weeks.
Two officers were shot in the chest and were in intensive care early Friday. Two others were treated and released. The four injured officers were from area departments and were working as part of a drug task force.