Sep 8, 2016 1:39 PM
DANVILLE — The death of a Danville woman found dead in her home on Monday has been ruled a homicide.
The woman has been officially identified by the N.H. Attorney General's office as Jo-Anne Boucher, 51. Her family had identified her earlier.
Local police responded to the emergency call Monday and found Boucher, already deceased, inside the home at 23 Caramel Drive.
The cause of Boucher’s death is being withheld at this time pending further investigation.
The investigation into the circumstances surrounding Boucher’s death remains active and ongoing.
Investigators on the scene could be seen looking at a burn mark on the side of the home. Officials confirmed the State Fire Marshal’s Office is one of the agencies participating in the investigation, but wouldn't give any further details.
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