Sep 2, 2015 7:01 PM

Manchester police race the clock to find suspect of Sunday shooting

MANCHESTER – The Manchester police continue to canvas the quiet neighborhood in Manchester’s North End where 62-year-old Denise Richard was gunned down Sunday night.

Although an autopsy found that Richards died from a single gunshot, Manchester police are using metal detectors to search for bullet cases after witnesses reported hearing multiple shots.

As part of the investigation, police are also searching for traces of blood or any other evidence.

But the most important aspect Manchester police are focusing on Wednesday is the search for a suspect.

Police are searching for a white man in his 20s or 30s driving a truck before time runs out.

A doctor found Robert dead on the street and police said “someone” called police.

Murders are in fact rare in the quiet neighborhood. In fact, the most common crime reported in the area of Ray and Carpenter Streets is assault and battery – not murder.


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