Police seek video evidence in NH multiple officer shooting
In April, a Greenland police chief was killed and four officers wounded as they attempted to execute a search warrant
GREENLAND, N.H. — New Hampshire State Police are investigating whether an April shootout that killed a police chief and wounded four officers was recorded on video, according to Foster's Daily Democrat.
Investigators found four video cameras installed on the front porch of the Greenland home where Cullen Mutrie shot the officers.
Foster's Daily Democrat reports court documents say those cameras were connected to a power cable, but were not hard-wired to a video receiver. Police are investigating whether the cameras were transmitting video wirelessly to a computer inside the home, and whether any recordings were saved.
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