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Nashua couple who owned home where bodies found worked together
A relative who went to 17 Middle Dunstable Road Saturday to check on the couple that live there found the bodies and called police around 8 a.m., said Jeffery Strelzin, a senior assistant attorney general. The names of the dead pair were not released; Strelzin said further updates are not expected until today.
According to city assessor records, the house is owned by Reginald and Mary Danboise.
Neighbors living near 17 Middle Dunstable Road would not comment on the police investigation.
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