CONCORD, N.H. — The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office is currently investigating the suspicious death of a man found near a Dunkin’ in Concord on Tuesday night. The authorities have set up police tape around the parking lot of the Dunkin’ at 62 Manchester St. (Route 3), where the incident took place, and law enforcement officers from both Concord and the Merrimack County Sheriff’s Office were observed at the scene.
New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella stated that a police presence is expected in the area of Garvins Falls Road and Manchester Street. Although all parties involved have been identified, Formella mentioned that there does not appear to be an ongoing threat to the public at this time.
The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner is scheduled to conduct an autopsy on Wednesday to provide further information regarding the cause of death.
At this point, the details surrounding the case and the events leading up to the man’s death remain unknown. However, the Attorney General’s Office is actively working on gathering and analyzing evidence to shed light on the situation.
The suspicious nature of the man’s death has sparked concern in the local community, prompting heightened awareness and vigilance among residents. Authorities are urging anyone with information related to the case to come forward and assist in the ongoing investigation.
As the investigation progresses, the community is hoping for swift and thorough answers to address any potential risks or security concerns that may arise from this tragic incident. The authorities continue to assure the public that they are dedicated to resolving the case and maintaining the safety of the community.