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A 23-year-old man, believed to be their daughter's former boyfriend, was arrested yesterday in an armed police swoop after the brutal slaying.
Adam Hustler, 41, died in hospital after an attacker opened fire with a hunting rifle at the Jehovah's Witness couple's detached house in a Cornwall hamlet.
His wife Amanda, 40, was shot twice in the back as she tried to flee after her husband was gunned down. Details of her condition remained unknown.
The man in custody, thought to have been in a relationship with the couple's 19-year-old daughter Danielle, was also being treated in hospital for head injuries understood to be self-inflicted.
Danielle, who was in the house at the time of the shootings, was unharmed and helping detectives as a witness to the terrible attack.
Her younger sister Abigail, 16, also escaped the bloodshed while at their seven-bedroom, s500,000 home.
Armed police were deployed after the traumatised sisters made a frantic 999 call just before 10pm on Saturday after the shootings at Porth Kea House, in Porth Kea, near Truro.
In an operation involving dozens of officers, including trained negotiators, the suspect was arrested at about 5am yesterday at his home in Penzance.
Porth Kea is a hamlet of around 20 houses close to the banks of the River Fal in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Neighbours were still coming to terms with the tragedy last night after the road through the village was sealed off by police as inquiries into the shootings continued.
Local councillor Tomas Hill said: "Adam had just moved into Porth Kea House and was renovating every last part of it.
"It is one of the safest and most desirable places in Cornwall so for something like this to happen is a complete shock. For somebody to do this there must be something wrong with them in the head, they must be ill or sick."
A statement on behalf of the family, released by a friend yesterday, described Mr Hustler, who ran local drain clearance firm Clear-Flow, as "a loving husband and father".
Fellow Jehovah's Witness Tim Mears said: "The family have asked me to say that they are very shocked by these terrible and very unexpected events.
"Friends and family are providing loving support and comforting those affected. Our thoughts and prayers are with Amanda and her two daughters at this most difficult time.
"Adam Hustler was a loving husband and father.
"He was a generous and caring person who thought the world of his wife and daughters.
"He was thoughtful and always ready to help and support others when they needed help.
"He is a great loss to all who knew him, and especially those that shared his Christian values."
Mrs Hustler has been transferred to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth but no update on her condition had been released by police last night.
DEVOTED AWAITING A BATTLE WITH EVIL
The Jehovah's Witness movement began in America towards the end of the 19th century.
Followers are best-known for their door-to-door preaching of their religion, which includes the belief that humanity is in its "last days" and a final battle between good and evil will be fought soon.
The movement, founded under the leadership of Charles Taze Russell, believes the traditional Christian churches have deviated from the true teachings of the Bible.
Witnesses do not celebrate Christmas or Easter because they believe those festivals are based on pagan customs and religions. They point out Jesus did not ask his followers to mark his birthday.
Estimates suggest there are about 6.9 million active followers in 235 countries, including a million in the USA and around 130,000 in the UK.