GREENLAND, N.H. --
The body of a man suspected of killing Greenlandís police chief and wounding four other officers was found dead inside his home early Friday morning, police said.
Cullen Mutrie, 29, who lived at 517 Post Road, where the officers were shot, was found dead from gunshot wounds after a tactical robot was sent into the home at 2 a.m. A female acquaintance, who has not been identified, was also found dead, possibly from a double suicide or murder-suicide, said Attorney General Michael Delaney.
Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney, 48, was with the department for 12 years. He was set to retire in one week.
Delaney said he was shot and killed trying to gain entry to the home while serving a drug-related warrant.
Maloney and four officers from the Attorney Generalís drug task force arrived at the home at about 6 p.m. when Mutrie opened fire.
Attorney General Michael Delaney released information about the other four officers who were injured:
--Detective Gregory Turner, 32, a six-year veteran of the Dover Police Department, was treated and released after gunshot wound to the shoulder.
--Detective Eric Kulberg, 31, of seven-year veteran of the University of New Hampshire police, was treated and released after a gunshot wound to the arm.
--Detective Scott Kukesh, 33, a 10-year veteran with the Newmarket Police Department, was in the intensive care unit with a bullet wound to the chest. He was waiting for surgery.
--Detective Jeremiah Murphy, 34, a seven-year veteran of the Rochester Police Department, was in the intensive care unit after surgery for a gunshot wound to chest.
The two detectives who remained in intensive care after being shot in the chest were both wearing bulletproof vests, according to an official with knowledge of the investigation who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation was ongoing.
Tammy Hardy, who lives across street from the home, said officers were negotiating with the alleged gunman after the shooting.
"I just got home with my children, and I heard some popping sound," Hardy said. "I noticed four officers running from the house, and I saw three of them fall to the ground. It started to become such a crazy scene."
"They just kept shooting and shooting. There was a lot of gunfire," another witness said. "They were being defensive in their position. I could not tell where the gunshot fire was coming from. It was just, 'Pop. Pop. Pop.' It was crazy."
A witness named Bill said he was driving by the home when he heard gunfire.
ďThere were a lot of cars on the front lawn and I noticed one of them was a Greenland police cruiser, so it caught my attention and I slowed down a little bit,Ē he said. ďI saw, I donít know, five or six police officers on the porch, and they're all looking in the window, and all of a sudden, things went crazy.Ē
Gov. John Lynch went to Portsmouth Regional Hospital to meet with the families of the officers involved
"This is a terrible tragedy. I offer my deepest sympathies to the family of the officer who was killed. I ask everyone in New Hampshire to continue to pray for the recovery of the other officers involved and their families," Lynch said.
The shooting happened at a home in a very residential area. Police urged residents within a half-mile zone to evacuate.
The Portsmouth Herald reported in February 2011 that Mutrie and had been arrested and charged with possession of anabolic steroids.
The newspaper reported that the steroids were found in the home when officers went to confiscate guns after Mutrie was arrested on domestic assault charges. According to a police affidavit, the steroids were found in Mutrie's living room on July 24, 2010, but were not verified by the state crime lab until Jan. 18.
Greenland is a small seacoast town of about 3,500 residents, just west of Portsmouth.
The Greenland Central School was set up as a staging area for authorities and was closed for school on Friday.
Statement From Rochester Police: "Detective Murphy remains in ICU Care and enjoys the support of his family along with staff of the Rochester Police Department as well as law enforcement throughout the region. Our prayers and thoughts are with the families of all officers involved in this tragic incident. Particularly the family of Chief Michael Maloney.
The Rochester Police Department appreciates all of the support being forwarded to the City of Rochester. We are working in cooperation with the New Hampshire Attorney Generalís Office in addressing the aftermath of this matter and remain attentive to our obligations in keeping the people of the city of Rochester safe."