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When, how Dions died still a mystery, but authorities say they were killed; son still sought
Matthew Dion, 38, is shown in the 1993 Memorial High yearbook. Dion graduated from the Manchester school in 1993.
Investigators, however, did not say how Robert Dion, 71, and Constance Dion, 67, died. Their bodies were discovered Monday afternoon after a suspicious fire at their 210 Mooresville Road home.
"We're definitely looking at all information about when the victims were last seen," Rundles said.
Police continue to search for the couple's son, Matthew Dion, 38, who lived with them.
Robert Dion was a member of a Thursday night mixed bowling league at Spare Time Bowling on Valley Street. Lynda Tellier, an officer of the league who said she has been friends with Dion for about 10 years, said the league's members were in shock at losing "an awesome guy."
He was an "average bowler" who put everyone else at ease by being laid back, helping inexperienced players and sharing a good joke, she said.
She said Thursday's confirmation that Dion and his wife had died deepened the shock felt by the 75-member bowling league.
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