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State Police Major Crimes Unit, AG investigate 'untimely deaths' at Grantham home

By PAUL FEELY
New Hampshire Union Leader

October 16. 2017 3:40PM




GRANTHAM — The Attorney General’s Office and State Police Major Crimes Unit are investigating two “untimely deaths” at a home in Grantham.

Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald and New Hampshire State Police Colonel Christopher J. Wagner announced in a press release Monday an ongoing investigation by the Attorney General’s Office in conjunction with the State Police Major Crime Unit is underway into two “untimely deaths” in Grantham. The deceased individuals were found inside their home at 51 Bright Slope Way in Grantham.

According to the release, this is an ongoing investigation into whether a crime has occurred. The release states at this time officials believe there is no evidence suggesting a threat to the general public.

No further information was available Monday.

According to Vision online assessors database for Grantham, 51 Bright Slope Way is currently owned by Michael and Michele Sbrega.


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