Retired Police Inspector And Girlfriend Found Shot Dead

The bodies of a retired police inspector and his girlfriend have been found with gunshot wounds in Devizes.

Bill Dowling, a retired police inspector with 30 years' service, and the woman who is yet to be named, where found at Moonrakers estate at around 11:00am on Saturday.

Wiltshire Police said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.

The next of kin has been informed.


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