There are no shortage of questions regarding what happened Monday at Boulder Stove & Flooring, a small business that was the grisly scene for the deaths of husband-and-wife store owners Sean Griffin, 40, and Staci Griffin, 41, both of Longmont; and Robert Montgomery, 50, of rural Boulder County, according to 9News. Sarah Huntley, a Boulder police spokesperson, continues to tell the press that investigators are not looking for any at-large suspect, an indication that the slayings might have been a double murder-suicide, according to Boulder's Daily Camera. However, police are not yet discussing motives or relationships, Huntley adds. The Denver Post reports that Montgomery is listed on the store's website as the hearth-products specialist, although the site has been offline since last night. 9News visited the Griffins' Longmont home, and spoke to neighbors, who say the couple had a young daughter, and reporters saw police on the scene and someone picking up the couple's dogs to take them away. 7News adds more details on the couple's marriage and business history, as well as additional reactions. "We'd see them in the morning. Like I said, we'd carpool with them. They'd just go to work like we'd go to work. A very sweet, kind family," says Bev Coody, a neighbor.
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