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Suspect in fatal N.H. shooting found dead in Lawrence

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A suspect in the fatal shooting of a New Hampshire man Friday in Nashua was found dead in a parked car in Massachusetts and appears to have committed suicide, police and the New Hampshire attorney general’s office said in a statement. Around 4 p.m. Friday, Nashua police officers found Andres Garcia, 35, of Hudson and Mireily Rodriguez-Torres, 32, of Nashua, on Merrimack Street. Both had been shot multiple times, the statement said. They were taken to hospitals in Boston, where Garcia was pronounced dead early Saturday morning. Rodriguez-Torres is expected to survive, authorities said. Police say the suspect in the shooting was Carlos Alago-Collazo, 34, of Nashua, Rodriguez-Torres’ boyfriend and the father of her two children. He was found dead in a parked car in Lawrence, police said.

Alyssa Creamer can be reached at alyssa.creamer@globe.com. Follow her @lisacreamer.
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