Uxbridge woman dies of gunshot wound Police: Shooting self-inflicted By Edward J. Canty TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF firstname.lastname@example.org http://telegram.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20061020/NEWS/610200716/1101 var helper = new DHTMLHelper();var model = helper.createModel();var photoString = new String("");model.makeHolder('extraPhotoHolder', true); WORCESTER— A 35-year-old Uxbridge woman died yesterday afternoon from a self-inflicted gunshot wound while at a city shooting range, police said. Police were notified at 5:16 p.m. that an unidentified woman had shot herself in the head with a handgun at the Boston Gun Range, 317 Southwest Cutoff. She was pronounced dead at the UMass Memorial Medical Center — University Campus at 5:52 p.m., according to Detective Sgt. Mark H. Richardson. An autopsy will be performed at the state medical examiner’s office in Boston, he said. Police declined to comment on whether the woman was alone or what led to the shooting. Last night, detectives, crime scene investigators and officers from the Operations Division spent hours at the scene gathering data. Sgt. Richardson with other investigators searched an area adjacent to the range building looking on the ground under and around parked truck trailers. They declined to comment on what they were searching for. Customers were turned away by two hand-printed paper signs taped on front windows of the single-story brick building that said, “Closed for Maint.” A man who said he was an employee walked away when asked to be interviewed and said, “We’re still closed for maintenance.” Later, another employee declined to be interviewed by phone. He said the owner was not available. A sign on Route 20 advertises that the range is open to the public. Shooters can rent a weapon to shoot and no permit is required, it says. Investigators declined to comment on whether the dead woman had rented a handgun or had a permit.