An FBI agent and his estranged wife were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide outside a Maryland home Wednesday morning, authorities said.
Police officers found Special Agent David Raynor, 52, and his wife Donna Fisher, 54, dead with stab wounds outside a Crownsville home, the Capital Gazette reported.
Raynor also had what looked like a self-inflicted gunshot wound, cops added.
Arundel County cops responded to the home at around 8 a.m. after a woman called 911 reporting another said her husband was threatening her.
An FBI spokesman told the Gazette that Raynor has been working for the FBI’s office since 2003, but didn’t specify what his duties were. He was with the bureau since 1996.
A motive for the slayings was unknown. The couple filed for divorce last March and appeared in court Tuesday, according to the newspaper. The couple had two children, a neighbour said.