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Windham couple found dead in Massachusetts home
The McCutcheons' family also had requested a well-being check at the Little Bay Lane address the week before and Bourne officers found the couple alive at that time.
The autopsy and toxicology tests will help determine the cause of death and how long the couple had been dead, O'Keefe said.
David McCutcheon had owned the Buzzards Bay home since 1994. Property records also indicated that he owned a home at 32 Beacon Hill Road in Windham.
A personal business website indicated that McCutcheon operated a computer channel partner consulting service, Windham Systems Group, LLC, out of the Beacon Hill Road address.
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