New Hampshire Police are holding an 11-year-old accused of killing a woman and critcally injuring a man.
Police say it happened Friday morning in Alton, New Hampshire. Details aren't being released, but they say the boy killed 50-year-old Lizette Eckert and wounded 48-year-old James Eckert.
Pat Holland said:
"A policeman came to my door and told me that somebody had been shot and K9 dogs were out trying to find the suspect and he was 11-years-old."
Police aren't saying what the relationship is between the boy and his victims.
The boy is charged with murder and attempted murder.
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