Government of New Hampshire struggling to solve killings of Steven and Jeswende Reed filed their appeal on Thursday for Dashcam video from the day the couple was last seen alive and for cyclists and tourists share any videos they took in three days in April on paths of broken lands network.
The raids were last seen alive on April 18 at around 2:22 p.m. at the exit of the Alton Woods apartment complex where they lived for a walk in paths of broken lands off of Portsmouth Street and Loudon Road in Concord.
Their bodies were found later that week. Both were killed with multiple gunshot wounds, authorities said.
In a statement Thursday, Attorney General John M. Formella office turned to public check their cameras on the dashboard if they were driving on Loudon Road or Portsmouth Street on April 18 and until share video with Concord Police.
Formella office which in charge of murder investigations in state, also asked for anyone who was camera operating while cycling or hiking in Broken trails network to share any videos they took April 17-19. The couple’s bodies were found off part of the swamp loop of larger broken trails.
“It is very important that every person who has any information report these murders to the police, information they know no matter what how unimportant person thinks information maybe ”Formella office said in statement. The police continue follow-up on everyone of these leads and continue to explore every aspect of these murders.
Murders of the pair appear to have puzzled law enforcement and inspired fear and anxiety in state capital city. FBI helps in investigation, although officials refused to speak in which role largest law enforcement agency in the country, with its extensive forensic capabilities, playing.
The Concord Police received more over 130 hints via an anonymous hint line and on On Thursday they contacted public for more information. “If you have sent a tip online, please return to Crimeline website Go to www.concordregionalcrimeline.com and click “View/Update Tip” to see if the Concord Police have asked for more information. information regarding your original advice,” Formella says. office wrote.
Nonprofit organization Concord Regional Crimeline on Thursday also offered $5,000 reward for information that leads to arrest of killer or killers.