NASHUA, N.H. (AP)— The New Hampshire attorney general's office says police have been searching the woods near a Nashua neighborhood "in furtherance" of their homicide investigation involving the stabbing deaths of an elderly couple.
Attorney General Joseph Foster said Monday the Nashua Police Dive Team and Crime Scene Investigation Team were sent to the area south of Ingalls Street on Sunday. They were there several hours.
No further information was released.
Last week, the neighborhood was the scene of a fatal double stabbing on nearby Newbury Street. Killed were 83-year-old William Grant and 78-year-old Eleanor Grant.
No one has been arrested.
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