PORTLAND (WGME) - Maine State Police detectives are digging deeper into alleged killer Daniel Randall’s past, including his first wife's death in 1993.
Detectives have asked Cape Elizabeth Police and the medical examiner's office for any reports they have on the 1993 death of Randall’s first wife, Greta.
She died after falling from a cliff at Two Lights State Park in Cape Elizabeth on July 3, 1993.
CBS 13 found Randall was the pastor of a church in Saco during the early 90s. At the time she died, Greta was six months pregnant. Her son died a day later.
According to state police, detectives have no plans to reopen that death investigation at this point, but they are reviewing the reports.
State Police continue to investigate the murder of Claire Randall, by her father, Daniel Randal, last week inside the Randall home in Hebron.
Detectives have determined the gun shop where Randall purchased the shotgun used to kill his daughter and then himself.
However, they are withholding the gun shop's name and additional information on the case as police continue to investigate.