WOBURN, Mass. (AP) – Jurors in the trial of a British man accused of killing his wife and 9-month-old daughter ended their first day of deliberations Tuesday by asking to see a printout of activity on his computer the day of the fatal shootings.

The jury in Middlesex Superior Court deliberated about six hours before going home for the day without reaching a verdict.

Deliberations were set to resume Wednesday morning.

Jurors asked to see records of log-ins on Neil Entwistle’s Toshiba laptop computer on Jan. 20, 2006, the day his wife, Rachel, 27, and their daughter, Lillian, were shot and killed in their Hopkinton home.

During the trial, a computer forensic expert testified that Entwistle logged on to his computer and checked his e-mail at about 12:30 p.m. that day, which is about 90 minutes after the 29-year-old Briton told police he discovered the bodies.

Entwistle’s defense said he used his computer to look for jobs the day of the killings, but said that was before he found the bodies.

Prosecutors said Entwistle killed his wife and daughter after sinking deeply into debt and becoming despondent over his sex life.

They told the jury that Entwistle stole his father-in-law’s .22-caliber handgun, shot his wife and daughter, then drove more than 50 miles to return the gun. The following day, he flew to his native England without calling police.

Entwistle’s defense told the jury that his wife killed her daughter, then committed suicide.

His attorney, Elliot Weinstein, said Entwistle found his wife and daughter dead of gunshot wounds and returned the gun to his father-in-law’s house to protect his wife from the shame of suicide.

The jury also asked to see a receipt, but Judge Diane Kottmyer did not specify what receipt.

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