3 found dead at Boulder business
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – Two men and a woman were found dead at a Boulder business following reports of gunshots Monday.Boulder police spokeswoman Sarah Huntley said officers responded to a call at about 11 a.m. and found three bodies inside Boulder Stove & Flooring.Police didn’t think there was a suspect on the loose based on evidence at the scene and the fact that officers arrived quickly and didn’t see anyone leaving the building, Huntley said. Officers went door-to-door in the neighborhood.The Boulder County coroner’s office identified the three as Sean Griffin, 40, Staci Griffin, 41, a couple from neighboring Longmont; and Robert Montgomery, 50.The Daily Camera in Boulder said the business is listed in state records as being owned by Pot Belly Inc., which is registered to Sean Griffin. John Grimsley, a subcontractor who said he did business with the store, said Griffin and his wife, Staci, have owned the business for a couple years.Huntley said Monday night that she couldn’t confirm that the Griffins owned the business. She declined to say what Montgomery’s relationship was to the Griffins.It was too soon to tell if the deaths were murder-suicide, Huntley said.Montgomery lived in rural Boulder County.Autopsies were scheduled for Tuesday.Several witnesses who heard shots being fired inside the business were interviewed at the police department.Huntley said no one else was in the building when the shootings occurred.The business sells and installs fireplaces, stoves, tile, hardwood and other flooring.
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