Shooting at Brookline; Police investigate homicides in Lyndeborough

LYNDEBOROUGH, NH — Police in southwest New Hampshire are searching for a possible armed and dangerous suspect following a shooting in Brookline, and two bodies were found dead at a home in Lyndeborough.

Just before 10am, police, fire and rescue teams were dispatched to a home in Lyndeborough for a report of a person shot in the head and a suspect fleeing the area in a white BMW. The vehicle was last seen in Greenfield, according to scanner jockeys who are following the case on Twitter. About 15 minutes later, police, fire and rescue teams reported a shootout on Route 13 in Brookline as officers searched for a white BMW.

The vehicle, which was said to be a crossover, has been reported to be followed by Wilton and other communities. Lyndeborough Police spotted the vehicle, checked the number plate and found it to be the same vehicle involved in other shootings.

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At around 10:15 a.m., police assumed the incidents were related. Two bodies were also discovered in a house on Center Road in Lyndeborough.

Michael Garrity, the public information officer for the New Hampshire attorney general’s office, confirmed the department was investigating two suspicious deaths in Lyndeborough around 10:30 a.m

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According to Frame of Mind Photography’s Jeffrey Hastings, the BMW was later found in Lyndeborough with a large amount of blood stuck in the crossover. The suspect, who is still at large, fled the area. A K-9 unit from the New Hampshire State Police and a helicopter were called in. The K-9 lost sight of the suspect on a railroad or rail track in the area.

A possible sighting was reported in the Milford Market Basket, prompting police to investigate the tip.

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