Jul 14, 2016 5:48 PM
UPDATE: Officials still investigating 'suspicious death' in Chesterfield
CHESTERFIELD — The Attorney General's office, state and local police are still investigating a "suspicious death" at a Chesterfield home. While officials have not yet named a suspect, they are seeking a man who may be connected to the incident and driving the victim's car.
Crews responded to 124 Herrick Rd. just after 11 a.m. Wednesday. Investigators say an adult male was found dead inside, but could offer few other details.
"It began yesterday morning," New Hampshire Assistant Attorney General Peter Hinckley said Thursday. "It's an active and ongoing investigation, so unfortunately the information that we share is pretty limited at this point in time."
Police are also looking for the deceased man's car as part of the investigation, which police say is possibly being driven by 22-year-old Peter Giandalone. The car is a red, 2012 Subaru Impreza with New Hampshire plates number 3241274.
Investigators are not calling Giandalone a suspect at this point, but he has had a few recent run-ins with the law.
In early May, he was arrested in Keene for forging $100 bills. There's also a warrant out for his arrest in Vermont for attempting to rob a Brattleboro Dunkin Donuts.
Officials are asking anyone who has seen the car or knows of Giandalone's location to contact New Hampshire State Police at (603) 223-4381.