New Hampshire

NH Authorities Respond to Suspicious Death in Concord

Officials said they do not believe there is a threat to the general public.

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Authorities in New Hampshire were responding Saturday to a suspicious death in Concord.

Deputy Attorney General Jane E. Young and Concord Police Chief Bradley C. Osgood say police responded to a disturbance call outside a fourth floor apartment on Warren Street after 11:30 a.m.

Officials say the caller reported hearing gunshots. Police arrived to the scene and found a man suffering form a gunshot wound. The man was given medical treatment, but was pronounced dead on scene.

Authorities say an autopsy is scheduled for Sunday.

Officials, however, did say there is not currently any evidence to suggest that there is a threat to the general public.

The man's identity has not been revealed. Police are still investigating the incident and anyone with information is asked to call police.

This is a developing story.

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