The NBC television show “Dateline” will feature a segment Friday night exploring the complex investigation launched when an intruder broke into a house in Saco in 2014.

Gregory Owens was convicted of shooting his wife while she visited the home and then shooting the homeowner.

Owens was sentenced to life in prison in the strange case that spanned multiple states and involved a Special Forces training company and testimony by Owens’ former mistress, who described her growing skepticism about his fantastical stories.

Among those interviewed for the show were Scott Dolan, a former Portland Press Herald reporter who covered the case.

The program, titled “The Intruder,” airs at 10 p.m. Watch a preview here .

Gregory Owens

Read the Press Herald coverage of the crime:

Gregory Owens gets life in prison for trying to kill wife in Saco

The Londonderry, New Hampshire, man drove to Saco, where his wife was staying with friends, and shot her and one of the homeowners.

DNA evidence at scene of Saco shooting matched defendant’s, scientist testifies

The analyst testifies that the genetic sample came from a window that police say Gregory Owens broke to enter the home of Steve and Carol Chabot.

Former mistress of man accused of Saco shootings testifies against him

Betsy Wandtke says Gregory Owens, 59, of New Hampshire told her that he was on a secret mission with other military contractors to Pakistan at the time his wife was shot in 2014.

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