DUNBARTON, N.H. (WHDH) — A heavy police presence could be seen at a house in Dunbarton, New Hampshire, Thursday where the state’s attorney general said a “suspicious” death was being investigated.
A neighbor told 7News police officers and crime investigators were going in and out of the house all day Thursday.
The attorney general said no further information would be given, as family members were still being notified.
Several State Police troopers and police have come and gone from the scene, including a major crime scene command post vehicle escorted by six state troopers.
Stay with 7News for more on this story as it develops.
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