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Concord homeless man dies of head injury
New Hampshire State Police said Paul E. Tinkham died at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon early Saturday morning.
Last Tuesday evening, state police and Concord police and fire departments were called to the encampment, located in the woods on state-owned property under the I-293 overpass. There they found Tinkham, who had sustained a head injury, and transported him by ambulance to Concord Hospital. He was later transferred to Dartmouth-Hitchcock, where he died around 4 a.m. Saturday.
Police said an autopsy will be conducted by the Chief Medical Examiner’s office on Monday to determine the cause of Tinkham’s death.
Police are asking anyone with any information about what happened to Tinkham to contact Troop D at 271-1162 or 223-8496 and ask for Det. Sgt. Fred Lulka or Det. Timothy Beers.
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