WOLFEBORO, N.H. (AP) — A man unhappy about his estranged wife's relationship with another man shot and killed the couple, and then took his own life days later as investigators focused on him as the suspect, New Hampshire authorities said Friday.
The attorney general's office said that Kevin Moran, 41, of Ossipee, messaged family members Wednesday night, and then fatally shot himself in a vehicle outside of his home. The medical examiner confirmed he died of a single gunshot wound.
Moran was the estranged husband of Kathleen Moran. She and Kris Dube were found shot Oct. 21 at a Wolfeboro home. Dube was pronounced dead at the scene; Moran later died at a hospital. Both were 36. Investigators determined their deaths were homicides.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said Kevin Moran had threatened both Dube and Kathleen Moran. On Oct. 22, the day after the shootings, Kevin Moran checked himself into a hospital and remained there until Tuesday, Oct. 30.
"During that time, Mr. Moran was aware that the homicide investigation had made significant progress and was focused on him as the suspect," MacDonald said in a news release.
He said based on evidence, phone records, and interviews, law enforcement officials are "confident" Kevin Moran shot the couple.
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WBZ NewsRadio1030's Charlie Sherman reports