ANDOVER (CBS) – Two people found shot dead inside a home in Andover Wednesday morning were victims of a double homicide, according to investigators.

Officials  identified the victims are the owners of the home, 69-year-old John Magee and 67-year-old Geraldine Magee.

Police say a relative called 911 at 9:18 a.m. saying that there may have been a shooting at the house at 7 Orchard Crossing, just off Route 28.

WBZ-TV’s Christina Hager reports

When officers arrived, they found the two had been shot dead in a room on the first floor.

The victims’ Lexus appeared to have been st0len.  It was later discovered burned out in the North End of Boston.

WBZ-TV’s Ken MacLeod reports

Investigators say they don’t have any suspects, but they are calling the incident “isolated.”

“The circumstances leave us to believe that there is no further threat to the community,” Andover Police Chief Brian Pattullo said.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Bernice Corpuz reports

Magee was a well-known developer who ran a family construction business.

The large, multi-bedroom home is valued at more than $1 million, according to

Comments (8)
  1. Matt says:

    What does the value of their home have to do with this story? Yet?

    1. bosmonkey says:

      Because they own a realty company? I don’t know. Lame addition to the story.

    2. blackbear1 says:

      Any story or report always uses as much info as possible. What a dumb question!!

  2. Beches says:

    rah i could write a better story rah i like to complain and pick everything apartrah i’m from Boston and i’m wickid awesome.

  3. Joe says:

    This is a horrible tragedy. My wife is friends with the daughter and the entire family is devastated. Please show a little compassion in these situations.

  4. Bob says:

    Car was found torched in North End. Could it be organized crime-related?

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