Police investigate suspicious deaths in Hinsdale
HINSDALE, N.H. — New Hampshire authorities were investigating the suspicious deaths of a man and a woman in a Plain Road home on Thursday afternoon and evening.
According to information from the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office, the investigation is being conducted by the New Hampshire State Police and the Hinsdale Police Department.
Investigators are withholding information at this time, but eyewitnesses to the scene told the Reformer access to the home at 240 Plain Road was taped off by police tape around 2:40 p.m. on Thursday.
Around 8:30 p.m., the New Hampshire Major Crime Investigation Unit vehicle arrived on scene. Investigators started at the end of the driveway as they examined tire tracks before slowly moving up the driveway. The flash of a camera could be seen from the distance as the investigators reached the house.
According to Hinsdale property records, the home is owned by Neal Bolster, a Hinsdale man who pleaded guilty in Cheshire County Superior Court in 2012 to one count of first-degree assault and one count of attempted robbery in the shooting of Christopher Bodisher, 30, in the Chesterfield Gorge parking lot on April 1, 2011.
Bolster was sentenced to 5 to 10 years in New Hampshire State Prison and was approved for work release in 2015. He is due in court in Vermont later this year on a charge of selling a drug that resulted in the overdose death of Connor Rusin, 25, of Wilmington, last June.
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