2 ‘untimely deaths’ under investigation in Hooksett, New Hampshire

New Hampshire State Police's Major Crime Unit is involved, officials said.

Hooksett, New Hampshire police, plus state law enforcement officials, are investigating what they’re calling the “untimely deaths” of two adults.

Hooksett police announced on Facebook just after 6 p.m. Thursday that state police, including the agency’s Major Crime Unit, plus New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald’s office are involved in the investigation. 

Press release from the Attorney General and the Hooksett Police Chief:Concord, NH — New Hampshire Attorney General…

Posted by Hooksett Police Department on Thursday, November 15, 2018

The victims’ names have not been released yet pending notification of family.

“The investigation is in the beginning stages,” the news release said.

Hooksett police noted in a Facebook comment that there is no danger to the public.

Close to 4 p.m., Hooksett police asked people to stay away from Post Road because of a crime scene investigation.