UPDATE: Bedford schools offer grief counseling following discovery of 3 bodies
BEDFORD - The Attorney General has announced the deaths of 3 people whose bodies were found at a home on Mcafee Farm Road Saturday are suspicious.
The superintendent of Bedford schools, Chip McGee, now says the Riddle Brook Elementary School will have an extra counselor on hand for classes on Monday.
In a letter to parents, McGee says that counseling staff at all of Bedford's schools will be available to talk with students, parents and staff.
The district is also coordinating with the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI-NH) and the Attorney General's Office Crisis Response Team.
McGee wrote, "This sort of loss of life should never happen. And now that it has, there are many, many people ready to help. That is what makes us such a strong community."
State investigators have not yet officially identified the bodies of the three people found on Saturday. Autopsies were completed Sunday.
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