CHESTERFIELD, N.H. >> New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, State Police Colonel Robert L. Quinn, and Chesterfield Police Department Chief Duane M. Chickering announced Friday that an autopsy has been conducted on John Giandalone, 64, whose body was found on July 12, at his residence in Chesterfield.
The manner of Giandalone's death has been declared a homicide, with his cause of death being a deep incised wound to the neck.
The investigation into Giandalone's death is ongoing. In connection with that investigation the police are still looking for a 2012 red Subaru Impreza, New Hampshire license plate number 3241274; and Peter Giandalone, 22, also of Chesterfield. The N.H. Attorney General's Office declined to clarify the relationship between the two men at this time.
The last known whereabouts of Peter Giandalone and the red Subaru Impreza is the area of South Centerville, N.Y. Anyone who has seen the automobile or come into contact with Peter Giandalone is asked to contact Sergeant Justin Rowe, New Hampshire State Police, at 603-223-4381.
Peter Giandalone is also a suspect in the robbery of a Dunkin Donuts in Brattleboro in May and was charged in Keene, N.H., that same month with passing fake $100 bills at three businesses in Cheshire County. After he was charged, Giandalone was released by the court in Keene on personal recognizance.