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Officials Investigate 3 Suspicious Deaths

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    The victims were found on McAfee Farm Road in Bedford, New Hampshire. (Published Sunday, March 29, 2015)

    Officials are investigating three suspicious deaths in Bedford, New Hampshire.

    New Hampshire Attorney General Joseeph Foster announced Saturday that the victims were found at 17 McAfee Farm Road.

    Sunday, crime scene tape continued to off the home where three bodies were found saturday afternoon.

    "It doesn't even seem possible," said neighbor Traci Murray. "You just feel like you're in a Dateline episode."

    For Murray, the deaths are disturbing. The incident it happened right next door to the home she and her family moved in to less than a month ago.

    "We saw all the commotion as the cops were coming in, and it was more and more and more, and then the caution tape went up," she said. "Then you start thinking the worse."

    According to Foster, police are not looking for any suspects or persons of interest. He added that the incident was not thought to be random and that the public is not believed to be in any danger.

    As of Sunday evening, the victims' identities have not been released.

    Bedford Police responded to a call Saturday, saying an adult woman was found dead inside the home. When police arrived, they found two more bodies.

    "You just dont expect things like this to happen, essentially in your own back yard," said neighbor Jim Lynch.

    Lynch says the community is close-knit, but that he doesn't know much about the people living in the home for the past three years.

    "I've never met any of them," he said. "I've seen kids playin in the yard - in the front yard - but beyond that, I've never had any exposure."

    Murray says the incident command vehicle outside her home is a harsh awakening for her family.

    "It doesn't matter where you live, it doesn't matter," she said. "It happens everywhere."

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