CHESTERFIELD, N.H. (AP) — The FBI and other agencies have been at an abandoned New Hampshire property owned by the family of a man whose 2013 homicide remains unsolved and whose daughter is presumed dead after her boat sank during a mother-son fishing trip this year.
The Spofford property was owned by John Chakalos, found fatally shot at his Connecticut home. His grandson, Nathan Carman, was at one time a suspect. No arrests have been made.
Carman accompanied his mother on the fishing trip and says he doesn’t know what happened to her as their boat sank.
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An FBI spokeswoman said Friday its evidence response team was assisting a multiagency investigation. A family spokeswoman had no comment.
The Keene Sentinel report at least a dozen people in “hazmat-style suits” were on the property Thursday.Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.