ALTON, N.H. - The New Hampshire attorney general's office says the shooting deaths of a husband and wife at their Alton home are probably a murder-suicide.
Attorney General Kelly Ayotte said police are investigating the deaths of Robert Bystrack, 44, and Angela Bystrack, 42, who were found dead at home at about 7 a.m. yesterday.
A press release from the attorney general's office did not provide specifics on the shootings.
The news release said the Bystracks' 11-year-old daughter was injured and is being treated at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, where she is in stable condition.
Police said a young girl had reported the shooting.
A neighbor told the New Hampshire Union Leader that police said the daughter ran from the home and said: "My mommy shot my daddy. Then she shot me. Then she shot herself."
Angela Bystrack recently resigned as the town's animal control officer and as a part-time police officer. Her husband, an electrician at Thompson/Center Arms in Rochester, has been active in a local snowmobile club, the Union Leader reported.
The investigation is ongoing. Autopsies are scheduled to be performed today in Concord.