Concord couple murdered: Tips sought about vehicle


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Information sought about vehicle spotted near Concord trail on day couple disappeared

Investigators on Thursday released information about a vehicle in connection with the unsolved killings of a couple from Concord. Law enforcement officials said they hope to identify and speak with the owner or driver of a dark green Toyota RAV4, believed to be a model year between 2006 and 2012, that was parked at the Marsh Loop trailhead on April 18, the day Steve and Wendy Reid left their apartment to go on a walk in the area of ​​the Broken Grounds Trial. Senior Assistant Attorney General Geoffrey Ward said surveillance images of the vehicle did not show a discernible license plate. He said there’s no indication that the vehicle is connected to the shootings, but investigators are trying to locate people who were in the area at the time. Ward said this is the only known vehicle in the area that investigators haven’t been able to locate “The import of the ask today is to specifically check another box in terms of who was out there that day and what they heard or saw or where they traveled that day,” Ward said. In another effort to track down the SUV, detectives are searching a database of all similar vehicles and contacting their owners.”The attempt is just to identify who was in this vehicle and identify where they were and what they were doing that day as we continue to account for anyone who was in the area, ” Ward said. The Reids’ bodies were discovered near the Marsh Loop Trail on April 21. They died of multiple gunshot wounds. Concord police have received more than 200 tips about the double homicide. Chief Bradley Osgood said he remains optimistic the case will be solved.”I think the community should be confident that we are making this the highest priority,” he said. “We have a core group of investigators that are solely devoting all of their efforts on this particular case.” Ward said investigators don’t believe that person is connected to the SUV. There are no updates on the identification of that person of interest.Anyone with information about the vehicle and its owner and/or driver is asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Division of the Concord Police Department at 603-225-8600.Tips can also be submitted anonymously through the Concord Regional Crimeline at 603-226-3100, at www.concordregionalcrimeline.com or via a text message with TIP234 and the message to CRIMES (274637).A reward of up to $33,500 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and indictment of the person or people responsible for the killings. Previous coverage:Sketch of person of interest in Concord killings generates more than 100 tips Sketch released of person of interest in shooting deaths of Concord couple Authorities conduct ‘high-visibility’ searches at Concord’s Broken Grounds TrailsPolice in Concord step up patrols as investigation continues in couple’s deathsConcord police chief says case of slain couple remains department’s top priorityConcord schools assure parents of safety protocols following killing of ReidsShootings of Concord couple demonstrate ‘malice, evil,’ expert saysFormer FBI special agent on Concord double homicide: ‘It’s clear they’re taking this investigation very seriously’FBI joins investigation of shootings of Concord coupleFriend reflects on lives of Concord homicide victimsInvestigators ask for anyone with information on Concord couple’s shooting deaths to come forwardFamily of Concord couple in double homicide case thanks officials, describes how couple metInvestigation continues into Concord double homicideConcord couple died of multiple gunshots; deaths ruled homicides, investigators say

Investigators on Thursday released information about a vehicle in connection with the unsolved killings of a couple from Concord.

Toyota Rav4 seen near Concord trail on day couple disappeared

NH Attorney General’s Office

Law enforcement officials said they hope to identify and speak with the owner or driver of a dark green Toyota RAV4, believed to be a model year between 2006 and 2012, that was parked at the Marsh Loop trailhead on April 18, the day Steve and Wendy Reid left their apartment to go on a walk in the area of ​​the Broken Grounds Trial.

Senior Assistant Attorney General Geoffrey Ward said surveillance images of the vehicle did not show a discernible license plate. He said there’s no indication that the vehicle is connected to the shootings, but investigators are trying to locate people who were in the area at the time.

Ward said this is the only known vehicle in the area that investigators haven’t been able to locate.

“The import of the ask today is to specifically check another box in terms of who was out there that day and what they heard or saw or where they traveled that day,” Ward said.

In another effort to track down the SUV, detectives are searching a database of all similar vehicles and contacting their owners.

“The attempt is just to identify who was in this vehicle and identify where they were and what they were doing that day as we continue to account for anyone who was in the area,” Ward said.

The Reids’ bodies were discovered near the Marsh Loop Trail on April 21. They died of multiple gunshot wounds.

Concord police have received more than 200 tips about the double homicide. Chief Bradley Osgood said he remains optimistic the case will be solved.

“I think the community should be confident that we are making this the highest priority,” he said. “We have a core group of investigators that are solely devoting all of their efforts on this particular case.”

A few weeks ago, officials released a sketch of a person of interest in the case. Ward said investigators don’t believe that person is connected to the SUV. There are no updates on the identification of that person of interest.

Anyone with information about the vehicle and its owner and/or driver is asked to contact the Criminal Investigations Division of the Concord Police Department at 603-225-8600.

Tips can also be submitted anonymously through the Concord Regional Crimeline at 603-226-3100, at www.concordregionalcrimeline.com or via a text message with TIP234 and the message to CRIMES (274637).

A reward of up to $33,500 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest and indictment of the person or people responsible for the killings.

Previous coverage:

Sketch in case involving murdered Concord couple

NH Attorney General’s Office


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