HAMPTON, N.H. – Hundreds of police officers, including members of Maine’s law enforcement community, gathered Wednesday to pay tribute to a New Hampshire police chief who was killed last week.

A wake was held Wednesday at the Remick & Gendron Funeral Home in Hampton for Greenland Police Chief Michael Maloney, who died when he and other officers were trying to serve a warrant at a Greenland home. Four other officers were injured.

Authorities say Cullen Mutrie then turned the gun on himself and girlfriend Brittany Tibbetts of Berwick, Maine.

Police officers from several states lined up to pay their respects to Maloney, who was days away from retirement.

They walked by Maloney’s police motorcycle displayed outside the funeral home.

A funeral service for Maloney will be held today at Winnacunnet High School.