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UPDATE: Elderly Nashua couple were stabbed to death
The bodies of William P. and Eleanor M. Grant were discovered about 1 p.m. inside their 37 Newbury St. home by a visiting nurse who cared for Eleanor Grant, who suffered from a terminal illness, a neighbor said.
Late Monday night in a statement from Attorney General Joseph Foster and Nashua Police Chief John Seusing, the deaths were labeled suspicious.
"I don't know if they have been technically termed homicides at this point," Seusing said Monday night.
"I really liked him. I just think he was a really nice guy. I just feel bad," Blanchette said. Grant often stopped to talk during his daily walks around the neighborhood with his black-and-white Shi Tzu, Lily, she said.
"They were good, old-fashioned Catholic people," he added.
William Grant was a retired carpenter who still did occasional odd jobs for neighbors and friends. His wife was a homemaker and suffered from a serious illness, neighbors said. She rarely ventured out of the house except when her husband took her for trips in the car, mostly to see the doctor, neighbors said.
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