Cause of death of a beloved teacher and coach under investigation in Dover
DOVER - Police are investigating the death of 27-year-old Bryant Lausberg.
Lausberg, a physical education teacher at the Rollinsford Grade School, was found by police Sunday at 5:23 p.m. unresponsive in his Fifth Street home. He was later pronounced dead.
Police said Lausberg's cause of death will be determined by the state's chief medical examiner, but said his death does not appear to be related to a crime. An autopsy is scheduled for today.
The Rollinsford Grade School posted a message to its parents and students on Facebook Monday.
"With a heavy heart, we say goodbye to an amazing PE Teacher that all kids adored," the post said. "Rest in peace Bryant Lausberg, you will be missed at RGS."
Lausberg graduated from Somersworth High School and coached the Somersworth/Coe-Brown cooperative ice hockey team and the Marshwood High School baseball team in South Berwick, Maine. He played baseball for Plymouth State University for three years.
This case is being investigated by the Dover Police Department’s Special Investigations Bureau. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the Dover Police.
Department at (603) 742-4646. Anonymous tips may be called into the Dover Crimeline at (603) 749-6000. The Dover Crimeline can also be contacted via www.dovernhcrimeline.org.