Police in New Hampshire have charged a man with murder after a woman was found dead at the headquarters of Timberland in Stratham. The suspect, Robert Pavao, 20, of Main, was to be arraigned on Monday on two counts of second-degree murder.

Police responded to a call about the woman, 46, at around 4 p.m. Sunday.

Few details about the woman’s death were released. NBC Boston reports multiple agencies responded to the call, with patrol cars arriving at the building well into the night. Authorities would not comment on whether the woman was found inside or outside the building, nor would they say if the woman had any connection to the company or the building.

A tweet from a Boston-based journalist said court documents show that Pavao worked at the Timberland headquarters as a security guard. The victim also worked at the location but it is unclear if the two knew each other.

“It is still an active and ongoing investigation and witnesses need to be interviewed and we need to maintain the integrity of the interview,” New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald’s office said. “And that is why we need to withhold that information at this time.”

MacDonald’s office there's no indication of a further threat to public safety. Results from the autopsy were expected as early as later Monday.

Timberland is an outdoor clothing company known particularly for its footwear offerings. It was founded in 1928 in Boston and employs more than 3,400 people worldwide. In 2011, it was sold to the VF Corp. for roughly $2 billion.

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