NH ID's man shot dead by police in Walpole

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March 30, 2013, 3:34 pm
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WALPOLE, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire law enforcement officials say the man shot dead by police in Walpole was hit in the head, chest and abdomen.
    
The attorney general's office and state police on Saturday released the results of the autopsy of the suspect shot after allegedly robbing a Bellows Falls, Vt., store Friday afternoon and then crossing into New Hampshire.
    
The man was identified as Larry Albert Bohannon, whose last known address was Grafton. Officials say Bohannon was born in 1961, but did not provide his current age.
    
Police did not release any additional details, such as whether Bohannon threatened or fired at officers, the names of the officers involved or say how many shots were fired.
    
Police say no additional information will be released until early next week.

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