Ex-police chief and his lover found shot dead in porch of their home 'after neighbours spotted bloodstains on window' Police were called to the house on the Moonrakers estate in DevizesBody of former police inspector Bill Dowling and his partner were found Both victims appeared to have sustained gunshot woundsNeighbours called police after seeing the bodies in the porch Wiltshire Police said the news will 'shock the community' By Andy Dolan and Luke Salkeld PUBLISHED: 08:33 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:50 GMT, 4 March 2013 Ex-police chief Bill Dowling was found shot dead at his home in Moonrakers, Devizes A retired police inspector and his girlfriend were found shot dead at his home, it emerged yesterday. The bodies of Bill Dowling, 59, and a woman named locally as Vicky, were lying in the blood- spattered porch.
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