Police ID Victims, Suspect In Nashua Shooting

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Police say the search for the suspect in a Nashua, New Hampshire, double shooting has ended in an apparent suicide in Massachusetts.

Police say a man shot a man and a woman on Merrimack Street late Friday afternoon. Authorities say the male victim — 35-year-old Andres Garcia of Hudson — died of his injuries at a Boston hospital. The woman — 32-year-old Mireily Rodriguez-Torres of Nashua — is expected to survive.

After the shooting, police found the man believed to be shooter — 34-year-old Carlos Alago-Collazo — in a car parked in Lawrence, Massachusetts.

He was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Police say Alago-Collazo and the female victim had been involved in a long-term relationship and had two children together.

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