Person Found Dead at Hospital Shooter's Home: Police

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    A 63-year-old Glendora, N.J. man was visiting his wife at Kennedy Memorial hospital when he killed her and then shot himself, according to authorities. A short time later, police discovered another body at the couple's home. (Published Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014)

    UPDATE: Police identified the person found dead inside the home as Raymond Wychowanec's son. New details here.


    Another person was found dead inside the home of an alleged shooter, who police say drew a gun and killed his wife in a South Jersey hospital Wednesday before shooting himself.

    Sixty-three-year-old Raymond Wychowanec entered Kennedy University Hospital – Stratford Campus on E Laurel Road in Stratford around 9:25 a.m. to visit his 62-year-old wife, Denise, according to police.

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    Police say a man shot and killed his wife Wednesday morning inside Kennedy Memorial Hosiptal in Stratford, Camden County, New Jersey. NBC10's Cydney Long is on the scene with details. (Published Wednesday, Aug 27, 2014)

    Less than an hour later, the woman was dead.

    The man fired two shots around 10:10 a.m., killing his wife and then turning the gun on himself inside the hospital room, according to Camden County Prosecutors Office spokesman Jason Laughlin.

    The woman died while her husband was treated for his injuries at Cooper University Hospital, according to authorities.

    During the investigation, police discovered another victim dead inside the Wychowanec's home in Glendora, N.J.

    Police have not released the identify of the victim. Detectives are working to determine if the same gun was used in both fatal shootings.

    Hospital officials said the alleged shooter's wife was at Kennedy for a non-life threatening illness, but declined to provide further detail citing privacy laws.

    The hospital wasn't evacuated since the shooter was considered contained.