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Probe of Nashua woman’s death continues
“Based on what we know so far, there is no reason for residents to take extraordinary measures, but we do encourage them to use ordinary caution,” said Janice Rundles, senior assistant attorney general. “There is no reason for a real alarm.”
“We don’t actually have those (results) yet. We hoped to get that today, but it looks like it will be another day or so,” said Rundles, adding it sometimes takes longer than one day for an autopsy to be completed.
“It is just too premature to comment on that,” she said. “The investigation is very active and continuing.”
Lt. Michael Moushegian of the Nashua Police Department would not comment on the case, referring all questions to the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office.
The apartment complex where the body was discovered, The Downtowner, is not far from the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter.
“I don’t worry because I live so close, but I do worry because of what is happening in the city,” said Pressly, referring to the numerous deaths in Nashua this summer. “Of course I am concerned.”
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