Police found a New Hampshire couple dead in an apparent murder-suicide Tuesday.
During a welfare check at a Dover, New Hampshire home Tuesday afternoon, police found two adults dead in what authorities believe to be a possible murder-suicide, according to New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office spokesperson Michael Garrity.
Officials said the two adults were residents of the home. An autopsy is expected to be conducted on Wednesday. There is no active threat to the general public, according to authorities.
The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office is expected to release more information on the possible murder-suicide later.
Police are actively investigating the incident.