New Hampshire police investigators are probing a double-homicide case in which two women were stabbed to death over the weekend, a spokesperson for the N.H. Attorney General’s Office confirmed.
In a newly released statement, the A.G.’s Office said police received a 911 call at around 3 a.m. on the past Sunday. However, officials didn’t reveal who made the call or what was reported by the caller.
When officers arrived at location of the deadly incident, they found two women stabbed to dead inside the home. The two victims were identified as 48-year-old Christine Sullivan and 32-year-old Jenna Pellegrini.
Investigators confirmed that the two victims died of stab wounds and blunt impact injuries, which prompted them to rule the deaths ruled homicides.
No arrests related to the double-homicide have thus far been announced. The deadly incident remains under investigation.